"Orbit Zero" as written by and Glenn Barrie/bradford Shorrock....
Once more around, he said I think it's time to go down
Come take a look, she's wearing the dawn like a gown
There's enough here for everyone
A lonely planet 'round a crowded sun
Orbit zero - it's time to go

Approach from the darkside, where the oceans seem calm
Land yourselves gently, we don't want to cause them alarm
When you get to a settlement
Make it plain why we were sent
Orbit zero - down you go-o

I feel (I feel) that something's wrong (something's wrong)
There's danger there-ere-ere (danger) for everyone
Turn back (turn back), oh-oh can't you guess (can't you guess)
That this lady i-is (lady is) in distre-e-ess (in distress)
Ah-ah, ah-ah-ah...

Yes it seems that something's wrong
Just another crowded planet 'round a lonely sun
Orbit zer-ero, on we go-o

Order them back at once, it seems there's something to fear
We'll leave them alone, there's nothing that we can do here-ere-ere
We'll return into the night
A vanishing point at the speed of light
Orbit zero - on we go
Orbit zero - on we go-o-o-o
Orbit zer-ero-o

Orbit zer-ero-o-o (are we ever, are we ever gonna find it)
(Are we ever really gonna find it)
Orbit zero-o-o-o (are we ever, are we ever gonna find it)
(Are we ever really gonna find it)
Orbit zer-er-er-er-er-er-er-er-ero-o-o
(Are we ever, are we ever gonna find it)
(Are we ever really gonna find it)
(Are we ever, are we ever gonna find it)
No-no-no-no-no (are we ever really gonna find it)
Will we ever find it (are we ever, are we ever gonna find it)
Are we are gonna fi-ind it (are we ever really gonna find it)
No-no-no-no-no (are we ever, are we ever gonna find it)
Will we ever, will we ever, w


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"Orbit Zero" as written by Terence Charles Bradford Glenn Barrie Shorrock

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