On the train from Chicago to Wisconsin Edwin Cheney said to Frank Lloyd Wright Maestro, my heart is a numb muscle A stupid pump that rattles in the night I know that death is but an illusion And there’s nothing more to us than bone and spit I know this world is but a lousy contract I haven’t got the wherewithal to quit So I will accompany you to Taliesin To poke through the cooled ruins of your life Where I will claim the corpses of my children And leave you with the body of my wife “To live outside the law you must be honest” I’ve heard that quote attributed to you You guys went on your spiritual hegira I guess that there was nothing I could do I know, Frank, that you are a great artist Due all the things your genius can command So I will stand beside you on the platform And before I leave, I’ll smile and shake your hand For laws and rules are made for the dull normal Not for the brave and spiritually austere I know I was privileged just to be your client I’ve paid your fee, now I’ll disappear For laws and rules are made for the dull normal Not for the brave and spiritually austere One can’t expect the angels to attend to the tuneless grief of some sad engineer “To live outside the law you must be honest” I’ve heard that quote attributed to you You guys went on your spiritual hegira I guess that there was nothing I could do I know that death is but an illusion And there’s nothing more to us than bone and spit I know this world is but a lousy contract I haven’t got the wherewithal to quit

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