"Fermi Paradox" as written by and Zachary James Baker Matthew Charles Sanders....
Lights paint the windows in the sky
The past is sown
In pursuit our spirit shown
But for now there's no one home

Heavens work on borrowed time
(walk alone)
Empty pages burn forever mine
(walk alone)
Masquerade us upon high
(walk alone)
All we are is all we've left behind

My sweet Medusa, reflect the empty in our behind
Snakes born of fire conjure the demons in our dreams

In void we illustrate our lives
Emerge in small
Heed the sign meant to evolve
To the end we send the call

Heavens work on borrowed time
(walk alone)
Empty pages burn forever mine
(walk alone)
Masquerade us upon high
(walk alone)
All we are is all we've left behind

Where children shiver in the cold
The sun will shine
Just a touch to heal the blind
In ourselves we hope to find

Heavens work on borrowed time
(walk alone)
Empty pages burn forever mine
(walk alone)
Masquerade us upon high
(walk alone)
All we are is all we've left behind

Alone


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"Fermi Paradox" as written by Zachary James Baker Matthew Charles Sanders

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    Song MeaningThe Fermi Paradox states that given the vastness of the universe, even if there is an extremely small chance of any given planet being habitable, there still is a huge number of habitable planets. If even a small percentage of these planets are more advanced than us, it seems extremely likely that there is extraterrestrial life, and slightly less likely yet still very probable that said life would either try to reach us or at least be discovered by us.

    This song is basically about that paradox (Hence the name). The many repetitions of the word alone are testament to that, however some lines are still unclear to myself as to what exactly they mean or how they are related to this paradox if they even are.
    FryGuy248on December 04, 2016   Link

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