GAME NOW OVER
The (Actual) Final Instruction
So please go now to your own answers (they might include some of the answers in the example here, or they might not) and use the first words of each answer to lead you to the Clue Words (the red words, as it were), and make a note of those words' twelve initials (is it a hidden message?). Then find the twelve words that come after the Clue Words (the green words, as it were) and make a note of those words' twelve initials as well (is it a hidden message again?). Then put the 24 letters together, and sort them out – rearrange them – to make two Procol track names that occur on the same album, separated by one track in the running order.
THEN ... find the song that separates them, listen to it, identify the chorus (the bit where a section of melody has the same words each time we hear it – unlike the 'verse', where the words are typically different each time we hear the melody), and send us a one-word answer ... the last word of the chorus of that song.
There you have it.
Piece of piss, no?
Now send your one-word answer, and your prize preference (all eight letters, please) to firstname.lastname@example.org
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