"Saturn" as written by and Stevie/sembello Wonder....
Packing my bags going away
To a place where the air is clean
On Saturn
There's no sense to sit and watch people die
We don't fight our wars the way you do
We put back all the things we use
On Saturn
There's no sense to keep on doing such crimes

There's no principles in what you say
No direction in the things you do
For your world is soon to come to a close
Through the ages all great men have taught
Truth and happiness just can't be bought - or sold
Tell me why are you people so cold

I'm
Going back to Saturn where the rings all glow
Rainbow, moonbeams and orange snow
On Saturn
People live to be two hundred and five
Going back to Saturn where the people smile
Don't need cars cause we've learned to fly
On Saturn
Just to live to us is our natural high

We have come here many times before
To find your strategy to peace is war
Killing helpless men, women and children
That don't even know what they're dying for
We can't trust you when you take a stand
With a gun and bible in your hand
And the cold expression on your face
Saying give us what we want or we'll destroy

I'm
Going back to Saturn where the rings all glow
Rainbow, moonbeams and orange snow
On Saturn
People live to be two hundred and five
Going back to Saturn where the people smile
Don't need cars cause we've learned to fly
On Saturn
Just to live to us is our natural high


Lyrics submitted by ruben

"Saturn" as written by Trine Von Stolzenau Stevie Wonder

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  • +2
    General CommentOkay..I'm totally here just because of this song...seriously...it's an awesome expression of our our inability to counter-act our societie's hypocritical ways.
    saturnsongson July 14, 2005   Link
  • -1
    My OpinionDefinitely one of his great songs!
    Guy1on May 21, 2011   Link

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