"Satellite" as written by Jon Bon Jovi, Desmond Child and Richard Sambora....
Are you out there? Can you hear me?
Do you know my whereabouts?
Do you know what I'm all about?
Through the static
You're so close, so far away

Are you listening? I'm desperate
Sendin' out an S-O-S
'Cause I'm lost, I must confess
Throw a lifeline, I'm down here
Drownin' in the deepest part of me

Satellite
Can you feel me?
Satellite
Come and heal me
Are you watchin' over me tonight?
I need to know you're out there

Your lines open and receiving?
You know I got so much to say
I just don't wanna fade away
Keep on talkin' 'cause you're keepin' me alive

Satellite
Can you feel me?
Satellite
Come and heal me
Are you watchin' over me tonight?
I need to know you're out there

Everybody hurts
Everybody cries
Everybody needs someone
To save them sometimes

Everybody hurts
Everybody cries
Everybody needs someone
To save them sometimes
Save them sometimes

Satellite
Can you feel me?
Satellite
Come and heal me

Satellite
Can you feel me?
Satellite
Come and heal me
Are you watchin' over me tonight?
I need to know you're out there

Satellite
Satellite


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"Satellite" as written by Desmond Child Jon Bon Jovi

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    General Commentto me its about XM and serius direct tv and dish network competing
    Smurfno9on March 24, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI believe this song can envoke amazing feelings! However this a depressing song with a hint of hopoefullness!

    Jon uses the nightime to describe his loneliness. At night things are often quiet and it can be a very lonely time. Also at night, the only thing you can see see sometimes are satelittes in the night.
    However, lyrics like
    "Are you watching over me tonight" and "Are you listening?
    I'm desperate.
    Sendin' out an S.O.S.
    'Cause I'm lost I must confess
    Throw a lifeline
    I'm down here drownin'
    In the deepest part of me"
    I believe refers to God. And the more I listen the more I feel that he is actually singing this song to God as a plea for help. He needs someone or . . . something in his life to save him! But he is hopeful . . "I need to know you're out there..."
    I think most people have experienced feelings like this where they are searching for something to save them.
    papavandyon October 29, 2007   Link
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    General CommentIt's obviously about God.
    You should also check out the song "Saetllite" from the Christian band P.O.D.!
    Edboyon June 04, 2009   Link

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