Every single day
She'd wait on him, wait on him
And if he had a stir,
She'd give him a spoon

But he would never fade
With his face out the window
Aiming for the sun,
But missing the moon.

It's quarter past day
He's mugging his own face
And dreaming of the day his name's in the books

And how they'll all say
They knew him when he was a genius in the brain
And a light to the fool

Because it must be out there somewhere, in everything
It must be out there somewhere, in every way
It must be out there somewhere...

He's living through a telescope,
And if they phone there's no one home

It's another lazy day, with rain on the window.
She smiles on her face, 'cause he'll be in soon.
He'll get the biggest slice of cake this side of Oklahoma
It's not about the race, but who finds the truth.

Because it must be out there somewhere, in everything
It must be out there somewhere, in every way
It must be out there somewhere, in everything
It must be out there somewhere...

Where did she go?
Words are stuck in his throat.
And what if it's "no"?
And then it all made sense,
She loved him!

Now every single day he stares out the window
The mysteries of space at his back with the moon.

'Cause one could build the case
Love is the largest code they'll never break,
They don't teach in school.

Because it must be out there somewhere, in everything
It must be out there somewhere, in every way
It must be out there somewhere, in everything
It must be out there somewhere...

(Now sing it, now sing it...)



Lyrics submitted by Civanfan

Transmission C song meanings
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