"Life in the Sky" as written by and Justin Finch Catherine Genevieve Mary Lucas....
Coming from afar and heading for the sun
I think of us when we were molecules
Sleeping in the dark and like a loaded gun
Waiting for reactions to occur
Planted like a seed into the ground
It grew the strangest flower, it grew the strangest flower
Following a pattern buried deep within
And replicating endlessly the same
Now we're always on the run and staring over
And always keeping one eye on the sky

Cold inside somehow it thrived
No one knows the way this wind will blow

Will we ever see life in the sky?
And maybe recognize ourselves in it
'Cause look into our eyes and you will see
A stranger far away from home
Will we ever see life in the sky?

And maybe recognize ourselves in it
'Cause look into our eyes and you will see
A stranger far away from home

Cold inside somehow it thrived
No one knows the way this wind will blow

Cold inside somehow it thrived
No one knows the way this wind will blow


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"Life in the Sky" as written by Justin Finch Catherine Genevieve Mary Lucas

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