"Space Junk [Wang Chung '97]" as written by and Ryder,jack(hues,jack)/feldman,nick....
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Drifting on the spaceway
By the Betelgeuse Hotel
Mapping out constellations
Of the place I know so well

Sifting through the system
For the piece that knows my name
Endlessly I listen
In the master game

Welcome to my world
(Welcome to my world)
Welcome to my only world
(Welcome to my only world)

It is full of space junk
But your words are coming through
I'm riding on the space junk
And it's bringing me to you
Bringing me to you

Through the tenth dimension
To the certainties beyond
Dreamily in attention
And the sub-atomic bomb

Machine that spins within me
And the spirit that drives me on
Searching for an answer

Welcome to my world
(Welcome to my world)
Welcome to my only world
(Welcome to my only world)

My head is full of space junk
But your words are getting through
I'm riding on the space junk
And it's bringing me to you
Bringing me to you, yeah
It's bringing me to you, yeah, yeah oh

Sitting on the space junk
What am I to do?
I'm riding on the space junk
And it's bringing me to you

My head is full of space junk
But your words are getting through
I'm riding on the space junk
And it's bringing me to you
It's bringing me to you
It's bringing me to you
It's bringing me to you



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"Space Junk" as written by Jack Ryder Nicholas Laurence Feldman

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    My OpinionI have no idea why it was used in 'The Walking Dead'. That seems a very odd choice. If anything, seems more suited to 'Doctor Who' than the zombiepocalypse.

    Nonetheless, the song itself evokes a feeling of a funky interstellar traveller; these might be his musings. With that undeniably sexy beat, it's safe to assume the one to whom the 'space junk' is bringing the narrator carries a romantic connotation.

    Great song.
    mindhuntresson March 12, 2016   Link

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