"Place Out There" as written by Chuck Cleaver, Randy Cheek, David R. Morrison and John Erhardt....
There's a place out there
Where the grass won't grow
There's a place out there
Where the bugs won't go
They say a saucer landed there
In 1959
And on that day that very year
He was born without a spine
And even though he'll never walk
They say he's doing fine
There's a place up there
Where the wood is charred
There's a place up there
Where the floor is scarred
They say that she burst into flames
Late on afternoon
While sitting in her favorite chair
Alone up in her room
They say that what was left of her
Could fit into a spoon
There's a place in there
That the natives fear
There's a place in there
That you can disappear
They say before he went away
He got it all on tape
Giant paramecium
And big amoebae shapes
They say he finally found the proof
We didn't come from apes


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"Place Out There" as written by David R. Morrison Chuck Cleaver

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