*Urania waits in the cold of space
Tempts astronomers from their sleep
Teaches things beyond the reach of human ken
And gives them answers in their dreams
Tide and Time are her lovers
And her heart is a star
She calls the mind to mystery
I heed her call each night at the setting of the sun
And learn the song that the heavens sing

When Urania sings she opens up my mind
Urania sings of the mysteries of space and time
She sings, and the heavens open wide
Urania sings and the Universe is mine
When Urania sings

They say astronomers in the ancient days
Spent their nights with a beautiful Muse
Dark as space are the tresses of her night-black hair
And on her brow the crescent moon
Stars join in on the chorus
And she wakes me up at night
With her celestial symphonies
I call her name on the essence of a night-long prayer
She shows me secrets in her wings

When Urania sings she opens up my mind
Urania sings of the mysteries of space and time
She sings, and the heavens open wide
Urania sings and the Universe is mine
When Urania sings

Urania calls in the dark of night
She lures astronomers from their beds
Tells them things that they can never understand
Puts strange questions in their heads
I'll never be afraid of the dark again
She's got the that moonlight in her eyes
She likes to wear her stardust party dress
She takes me dancing in the sky

When Urania sings she opens up my mind
Urania sings of the mysteries of space and time
She sings, and the heavens open wide
Urania sings and the Universe is mine
When Urania sings

When Urania sings she opens up my mind
Urania sings of the mysteries of space and time
She sings, and the heavens open wide
Urania sings and the Universe is mine
When Urania sings


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