Piles of music unfolding in sheets of rhythm. Memories spent tree-lined drives at colleges of envy. Sitting in the jeep not wanting to go, not wanting to stay. Afraid of another late night rejection. Need meets fear torn by silence. A long ride home on roads built for dogs. Children throwing flowers and cookies in the path of the heroes they’ll never know. The famous unknown, an unknown legend, famed in song, story and fable, passing through the shadows, never the spotlight. The trees give way to fields of brown grass, then a lake, then a hill, finally the ocean.