Stewert Merridith: Vocals
Jeff Timpe: Bass Guitars, Keyboards
Thomas Dickey: Guitar
Stuart White: Drums * "Frontiers"music written by Jeff Timpe and John Chaldu
Lyrics by Jeff Timpe
SONG NINE "Frontiers"
Go west now in search of a land.
Your home lies beyond blistering sand.
In search for a settling place
your own dream within your own space...your own space.
Frontier holds our vision
but is the challenge still held high?
We reach outside the mirrored cage;
but do we ever reach to wonder why?
We build our freedom as another turns our slave.
Are we much more than this;
or will we challenge to our grave?
Open the star gate from deep behind our eyes.
I'll see you standing there, together, you and I.
Color rainbows beyond acceptance of a setting sun.
If we can image this, one more than half the battle's won.
I will create a world within
that shines amidst a darkened sky.
A world will live that lives to love and chooses not to die.
Your thoughts solidify before the picture's realized...
In this scene we see David and Jessie as adults. A chance meeting of surprising circumstance has lead them to reacquaint and organize a reunion of sorts. This meeting is held at their childhood meadow and will include Jessie and his wife and kids, David and Hope.
As David and Jessie wait for Hope to arrive, they chat in their nostalgic childhood surroundings. In the exchange they talk of their memories and ambitions. David reflects on the restrictions and limited thinking he is subject to in his adult working life as an architect for a powerful corporation.
The group has a wonderful time sharing and revisiting the past. Hope soon arrives with her own version of childhood happenings. Hope invites Jessie's children to listen to a story of "boys that wanted to capture the sky."