Giant Asteroid, coming in from outer space wil the people look the other way.
What were they looking for?
Killing each other over faith.
What a bunc of stupid idiots.
Giant asteroid is not angry.
Giant asteroid is gigantic.
Better hurry up.
Time is nearly running out.
The universe is big and dangerous.
Theres so much more out there.
What a really giant place.
We're like children this is serious.
No use in runnin round baby,theres no place to hide.
You should have tried to stop.
Whats about to collide.
Poor space alien, your all damned cause you're not saved.
100 million to the power 10.
Thats an awful lot of them,inferno filled up to the brim.
Theres more facts in science fiction.


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    General Comment1:37-2:02 sounds like this song has some major Oingo Boingo influence.
    Lyghton May 24, 2008   Link
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    General CommentFirst verse has a couple of mistakes:

    Giant Asteroid, coming in from outer space, BUT the people look the other way.
    What were they looking at?

    Anyways...
    This song is about people putting the fate of the world to the decision of their faith. Rather than using science and other more logical things in life to stop the collision of a giant asteroid, they use faith to decide that some sort of god or higher power will ultimately rescue them. If it's not for their own rescue, it's for their own salvation.

    Ex: (From the religious point of view) "Poor space alien, you're all damned cause you're not saved / That's an awful lot of them. Inferno filled up to the brim." Obviously there's superiority complex from believing they aren't damned to hell because they are saved through the practice of their religion. They won't have to face the so-called inferno.
    Occupied By Timon April 09, 2009   Link

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