Caves of Altamira - Walter Becker, Donald Fagen
    I recall when I was small

    How I spent my days alone
    The busy world was not for me
    So I went and found my own
    I would climb the garden wall
    With a candle in my hand
    I'd hide inside a hall of rock and sand

    On the stone an ancient hand
    In a faded yellow-green
    Made alive a worldly wonder
    Often told but never seen
    Now and ever bound to labor
    On the sea and in the sky
    Every man and beast appeared
    A friend as real as I

    Before the fall when they wrote it on the wall
    When there wasn't even any Hollywood
    They heard the call
    And they wrote it on the wall
    For you and me we understood

    Can it be this sad design
    Could be the very same
    A wooly man without a face
    And a beast without a name
    Nothin' here but history
    Can you see what has been done
    Memory rush over me
    Now I step into the sun

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