"Space Station #5" as written by Sammy Hagar and Ronnie Montrose....
Start, with the sun
And move on out
The future's in the skies above
The heavens unfold
And a new star is born
Space and time makin' love

[Chorus]
Oh what a time we had
Living on the ground
I've moved to station No. 5
See you next time around,
Next time around

As far you want, as close as you need
It's all in the mind, you know
This old world hasn't really seen it's day
It's here, time to go

[Chorus]

Remember when it was so clear
We were young, but the memory still remains
To pick fruit from a tree
Fish from the seas
Now nothing's left here, but the stains
Well I can't cry no more
Can only be glad
There's other places we can be
If the time suits you right
I'm leaving tonight
Come fly away with me
Yeah, Yeah, Yeah, Yeah, Yeah
Oh yeah

Start, with the sun
And move on out
The future's in the skies above
The heavens unfold
A new star is born
Space and time makin' love

[Chorus]


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"Space Station No. 5" as written by Sammy Hagar Ronnie Montrose

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    General CommentNo comments? not a well known song, but its great all the same. This is basically talking about the future and how the human race is going to be migrating away from Earth and remembering how things were before living in space.
    Corwin_Deckardon August 10, 2007   Link
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    General Commentthis is some deep shit song
    Vlachegon October 06, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThis song is a cover of the original by Montrose.
    disgruntledon November 15, 2007   Link
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    General Commentwhat does he say about metallica in the end?
    metalhead42son May 02, 2010   Link

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