"Stardust" as written by Derrick Brown and T. Parker....
If you're pickin' up a pen
Imagining a sword
Did you think I'd never float onto the heights at which you soared
Pickin' up a pen
Is like pickin' up a spade
To plant and sow a seed
Or diggin' your own grave

I'm made from stardust
Like a planetary sun
Same DNA as stardust
Like an elephant's trunk
Is a snorkel full of water

If you're pickin' up a pen
Imagining a sword
Did you think I'd never float onto the heights at which you soared
Pickin' up a pen
Is like pickin' up a spade
To plant and sow a seed
Or diggin' your own grave

I'm made from stardust
Like a planetary sun
Same DNA as stardust
Like an elephants trunk is a snorkel full of water
Is a snorkel full of water

Who feeds the young 'cause they're starvin'
In a world that you're marveling in
Who feeds the young 'cause they're hungry
In this beautiful world that you live in for free

Same DNA as stardust
Carbon dated to last
Same DNA as stardust
From a time that has past

I'm made from Stardust
Same DNA as Stardust


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"Stardust" as written by Dave Mccracken Ian Brown

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    General CommentGreat tune of the Music of the Sphere's album. I think the first few lines of the tune is having another pop at John Squire, he's pointing out how easy it is for him to write songs and music compared to the stuff comin out from John Squire which has been pretty awful
    vin_1986on May 21, 2007   Link

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