"Starship" as written by and Michael/tomich Davis....
Starship, starship take me
Take me where I wanna go
Out there among the planets
Let a billion suns cast my shadow

Starship, starship take me
Stretch your legs in time and space
[Incomprehensible] a passage through the vacuum
Let me feel the stars burnin' on my face

Ten for the gravity, checkpoint
Nine for polarity, checkpoint
Eight for the [Incomprehensible]
Seven for the prismatic time warp

Six for the spirit of the captain, captain
Five for the power of the nucleus nebula
Four for the eyes, ears, nose, think, feel, speak

Three for the many levels
Two for the chromosome
One for the energy
One for the energy

One check, one check
One check, one check
One check, one check

Leaving the solar system
Leaving the solar system
Leaving the solar system
Leaving the solar system

Leaving, leaving
Leaving, leaving
Leaving

It's cold in sun fire glory
From this point, I rise to infinity

There is a land whose beauty is almost
Unimaginable to the human mind
In a daze we stand there and look further
Than the ordinary eye can see

Children, far above the roof of this world
We can encompass vistas of the worlds
There is a land where the sun shines eternally
Eternally, eternally

Out in outer space
A living, blazing fire, so vital and alive
That it burns our eyes to witness it's splendor


Lyrics submitted by annazoff

"Starship" as written by Frederick D. Smith Dennis A. Tomich

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.

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    General CommentToday was the first time I've heard this song and I too had no idea what he says for the step 8 lyric, but listening to it later in the day I think it's "Eight - a giant bomb, big bang"

    Think it matches?
    TiE23on June 20, 2014   Link

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