"Spaceage Sacrifice" as written by and Sammy/montrose Hagar....
He was a good man, he meant no harm.
A victim of life, possessor of charm.
In a time when no man
Could just do alright and get by.
To make way for the new the old had to die
The old had to die it was crazy.
They needed a change no man would try.
He did understand, but he didn't know why, no.
So he left himself in the hands of the power
And locked up his questions in the people's tower
The people's tower. He was crazy.
Don't think twice spaceage sacrifice
Well, let's go back when it all was starting
A man on the moon and people were starving.
Everyone knew, but most didn't care.
Well, everyone thought they were going somewhere
They were going somewhere
There was nowhere, it was nowhere!
Don't think twice spaceage sacrifice
It was a spaceage sacrifice.


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"Spaceage Sacrifice" as written by Sammy Hagar Ronnie Montrose

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