“I see the same skies through brown eyes that you see through blue. But we’re worlds apart, worlds apart. And you see the same stars through your window that I see through mine. But we’re worlds apart, worlds apart. And the mocking bird sings, in the old y’ander tree, twadiladee dee dah, dee dee dee.”
“Worlds Apart” from the Broadway musical Big River. Roger Miller and William Hauptman, 1985.
Jorgen uses abandoned books as his medium to create 3D representations of stories. This piece is from Aventures of Huckleberry Finn, which was read to him as a child.