When we were kids you'd tell me everyday
I want us to run away.
When you grow up to be an astronaut,
You can fly us to the moon.
And it'll be just us marveling at the Earth.

And we will feel more alive.
And here we'll spend our whole lives.
And we will melt into the sky,
Without saying goodbye.

Then you grew up and you grew out of me,
And all hope within me died.
I thought promises were never meant to end.
And why am I not everything I was ever meant to be?

The only time I feel alive,
Is in my dreams when I
Can melt into your eyes
Without saying goodbye

Do you forget so quick?

I'll say anything. I'll do anything.
I'll say anything to be in your dreams.

If you could give me melon skies to,
Replace the deep blue seas in my eyes.
Would you even try?
And do you stare at the moon late at night?
Or am I just a figment of your mind?

The only time I feel alive,
Is in my dreams where I
Can stare into your eyes
Without saying goodbye.

Do you forget so quick?

Do you feel anything at all?
(I'll say anything. I'll do anything.
I'll say anything to be in your dreams.)


Lyrics submitted by remembermaine

The Astronaut song meanings
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