Hello all, I have recently decided that The Unknown Soldier is my favourite Harper album so far, and True Story is a work of genius. However, the lyrics on the sleeve show an extra verse at the end of this song which go (blows cool gases (fastest movement) as continents slide (slowest movement) wheat cannot grow without us and just falls (and would die) uncarried by the wind to where mother, who is very largely made of iron meets with her atmospheres. but on the LP the final verse ends with 'and wheat falls where the sticky iron shelf meets the atmospheres outside'. Does anyone know of a recording that includes this last part, or has anyone ever heard him play this live including the final verse? Also, does anyone have any clue what the ending of this song is about? The first part is about the battle of Bannockburn, but the last part seems to be about global warming or something and I can't figure out how it relates. Nevertheless, it is one of my favourite songs of all time. Thanks!