"Man On Mars" as written by Nicholas Hodgson, Charles Richard Wilson, Nicholas Baines, James Rix and Andrew White....
Put a man on Mars today
It wasn't the first time
I've seen it all before
Took my hat off in the rain today
It wasn't the first time
I've seen it all before

Trust you
Trust you
Trust you to know everything about me
Trust you
Trust you
Trust you to know everything about me all along

And the coffee is medicine
It's hard to remember
I've seen it all before
And the picture at the factory floor
Rats in a suitcase
I've seen it all before

Trust you
Trust you
Trust you to know everything about me
Trust you
Trust you
Trust you to know everything about me all along

Put a man on Mars today
It wasn't the future
I've seen it all before

Trust you trust you trust you to know everything about me
Trust you trust you trust you to know everything about me all along

All along
All along
All along


Lyrics submitted by Soilydude, edited by BobTheRhino

"Man On Mars" as written by Charles Richard Wilson Andrew White

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    General CommentI love how "Put a man on Mars today / It wasn't the first time / I've seen it all before" so concisely gets across the feeling of being so jaded that nothing can excite or interest you anymore.

    Incidentally, "And the picture at the factory floor / Rats in a suitcase" should be "And the picture of the factory floor / Like rats in a suitcase" (I have the lyric booklet), but the rest of the lyrics shown here are correct.
    BobTheRhinoon November 09, 2014   Link

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