"Spacemen" as written by and Jon/marsh Marsh....
Remember when the water froze and the sky was still
And you looked out of your window on the world
And then you went against your will

If you could see that far
See back from where you are
Then you will always be
Somewhere inside of me
You're not alone...

And then you held me in your arms
And you told me not to cry or be afraid
I felt protected by your calm

If you could see that far
See back from where you are
Then you will always be
Somewhere inside of me
You're not alone...

From the silence of my heart
There's a picture in my head
An image frozen of you travelling through time
From long ago to far ahead

If you could see that far
See back from where you are
Then you will always be
Somewhere inside of me
You're not alone...

If there's a sadness in your eyes
If there's a place that you would rather be alone
To recreate or recognize

If you could see that far
See back from where you are
Then you will always be
Somewhere inside of me
You're not alone...

Oh, as a man you stand alone
All the contentment that you once felt as a child
Has long escaped you now you've grown

But I believe in love
Believe it's strong enough
To take on everything
That every life could bring
You're not alone...


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"Spacemen" as written by Jon Marsh Helena Marsh

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