"Flight Recorder From Viking 7" as written by and Matthew Good....
Space is colder
Than the air in the mountains
Where I come from
The air in the mountains
Where I come from

For years I drifted
Further and further
Into the unknown
Further and further
Into the unknown

And I wonder
Where have you gone
And I wonder
What have you done?
What have you done?

Space is older
Than the air moving in and out
Of your lungs
The air moving in and out
Of your lungs

For years I've drifted
The math of a divinity
That goes on and on
The math of a divinity
That goes on and on

And I wonder
Where have you gone?
And I wonder
What have you done?
What have you done?


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"Flight Recorder from Viking 7" as written by Matthew Good

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    General CommentThis is a completely amazing song, Holly McNarland has a great part in it too, I think this is why MG(B) is my favorite band/artist
    Hyphnipon March 22, 2003   Link
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    General CommentIt's a song about freedom, isolation and loneliness.

    Off topic: it reminds me a lot of the Firefly (Joss Whedon) episode 'Out of Gas' because in that episode you're shown the reality of the abandonment and isolation of space when the ship's engine fails in the middle of nowhere, and the in the song the signal sound is very picturesque of Malcolm Reynold's signal which he sends out into space in a desperate attempt to save himself and his crew.
    Jetsamon December 13, 2005   Link
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    General CommentEach time I hear this song it sends a chill through my body.
    Highlandon November 10, 2006   Link

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