"Searchin' For The Satellites" as written by and William James Iii Mc Auley....
Lyin' on our backs
We were swimmin' in the grass holdin' hands
Undressin' all the stars
Makin' constellations right in my back yard
Everything connected easy then

Searchin' for the satellites
To me they all just look like stars

We stole your daddy's car
Hit the interstate and bought a deck of cards
Yellin' "gin" all night
Shinin' flashlights up into the drunken sky
Trying to find a meaning in our lives

Searchin' for the satellites
To me they all just look like stars

We crumpled time into a ball
We squeezed the juice out of the stars
Drinkin' every drop of cosmic wine
We pissed it up into the air
And let the drops fly everywhere
Spreadin' out the temporary light


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"Searchin for the Satellites" as written by William James Iii Mc Auley

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    General CommentWe crumpled time into a ball
    We squeezed the juice out of the stars
    Drinkin' every drop of cosmic wine
    (I think it would taste like orange juice)
    This song is all about the beauty you can find in the simplicity in your own backyard, and how sometimes people can't even believe that natural beauty is real.
    At leat that's what I think.
    likethecometon February 05, 2005   Link
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    General CommentWe crumpled time into a ball
    We squeezed the juice out of the stars
    Drinkin' every drop of cosmic wine
    (I think it would taste like orange juice)
    This song is all about the beauty you can find in the simplicity in your own backyard, and how sometimes people can't even believe that natural beauty is real.
    At leat that's what I think.
    likethecometon February 05, 2005   Link

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