My title for this song is taken from the last line of the second book in the Oz series "The Marvelous Land Of Oz".
"You are both rich, my friends," said Ozma, gently; "and your riches are the only riches worth having -- the riches of content!"
I had my two young daughters recite Adam Levi's words and then I played them backwards as an incantation in the buildup to the bridge.
The Riches of Content
Wake up child, you've been sleeping You've drifted and you've had your dreaming Of iron men and woolly beasts The familiar is now strange and holds new meaning
The morning light now golden Across the path you've chosen
Step lightly as you see them... Their traps and mazes in your travels Not to solve them but to free them The road unfolds, the mystery unravels
You'll calm the humbugs, hags, and hypocrites With greater courage, heart, and wits
... They're casting spells and granting wishes
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A bubble floats across a clear blue sky A distant glimmer to distract the eye Now to the ethyr as the bubble went And you've the riches of content
Believe that love and truth will guide you You've had it all along inside you The riches of content
Wake up child, you've been dreaming