I took a trip on a gemini spacecraft
And I thought about you
I passed through the shadow of Jupiter
And I thought about you
I shot my spacegun
And boy, I really felt blue

Two or three flying saucers
Parked under the stars
The winding stream
Moon shining down
On some little town
And with each beam
The same old dream

I took a trip on a gemini spacecraft
And I thought about you
I shot my spacegun
And I thought about you
I pulled down my sun visor
Boy, I really felt blue

You jumped into your Gemini
I jumped into mine
We'll orbit the moon
For just one time
Tomorrow night
Tomorrow night
Will you hold hands
With me in the moonlight

I took a trip in a gemini spacecraft
And I thought about you
I shot my spacegun
And I thought about you
I took, I took a walk in space
Boy, I really felt blue

Well, I peeked through the crack
And I looked way back
The stardust trail
Leading back to you
What did I do
What could I do
Yes what did I do
Well

I thought about you
I thought about you
Took a trip on a gemeni spacecraft
Thought about you


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Gemini Spacecraft song meanings
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    General CommentThis song is a cover of the Ziggy-inspiring "Legendary Stardust Cowboy (the Ledge)". Bowie covered it after reading on the Ledge's homepage that he was rather insulted by Bowie stealing a part of his name and making it so succesfull. He was never paid any royalties (for inspiration!??!) and he hated that. "At least he could cover one of my songs," he wrote on his webside. So Bowie did, the strange thing is just that it isn't mentioned on the CDcover (Heathen) that the song's not written by Bowie himself. But maybe he believes that by giving the song another name ("i took a trip in a gemini spaceship" - which it is called in Bowie version, although he sings 'spacecraft') he has rewritten it. Who knows?
    plastiksjaelon October 14, 2005   Link

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