"Satellite" as written by and Robert Rickard Dustin Paul Bates....
Darkening skies
Coming this way
Falling behind
Into nothing


But if you lead I will follow
A thousand miles away
I will be your Apollo
Alone in outer space

----------Chorus----------
Satellite
Shine on me tonight
I will be your gravity
I will stay and never leave
My satellite
Are you here tonight?
Shine your light and set me free
Take the darkness out of me
Shine on me
Shine on me
----------Chorus----------


Blinded I wait
The end is forming
You are my fate
Give me warning
If you lead I will follow
A thousand miles away
I will be your Apollo
Alone in outer space


----------Chorus----------
Satellite
Shine on me tonight
I will be your gravity
I will stay and never leave
My satellite
Are you here tonight?
Shine your light and set me free
Take the darkness out of me
Shine on me
Shine on me
----------Chorus----------


Far across the emptiness I walk the night
And search the silence in the dark you left behind
I seek the stars above the world to be the guides
But they all pale against the light in your eyes
In your eyes
And I won't suppose to know why you walked away
But I can feel you pushing through beyond the space
To send your energy to me and I'll push through
Send your signal home and bring me back to you

----------Chorus----------
Satellite
Shine on me tonight
I will be your gravity
I will stay and never leave
My satellite
Are you here tonight?
Shine your light and set me free
Take the darkness out of me
Shine on me
Shine on me
----------Chorus----------


Lyrics submitted by AdamArtz, edited by Katvaert

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    Song MeaningI think this song is saying like

    "If you need anything I'll be right here, just as long as you help take the darkness out of me!"
    Katvaerton October 28, 2017   Link

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