"Satellite" as written by Obi Simbarashe Mhondera, Tim Hawes and Mo Brandis....
Feeling only left him bleeding
For a whole number of reasons
He never discovered
But soon he would be riding his wave

Coast to coast
All his life was rosy and pink
Fluffy in the middle a constant grin
Anyone would think so

But see that body shaking
See that body racing
Feel that body baking from inside
The boy's a satellite

He won't be home tonight
And we crown ourselves again
There's been no change since you and I were young
When we burned ourselves again

The spaceship days when you and I were young
When you and I were young, young
Coast to coast
The scene was for gene

All his life was mostly blue
And far more dangerous than he ever knew
But I didn't see the need to say so
See that body shaking

See that body racing
Same old painful aching bones inside
The boy's a satellite
He won't be home tonight

And we crown ourselves again
There's been no change since you and I were young
When we burned ourselves again
The spaceship days when you and I were young

When you and I were young
When you and I were young
He says he won't bore us anymore
It's the final straw a reason to rejoice

The boy's a satellite
He won't be home tonight, tonight
And we crown ourselves again
There's been no change since you and I were young

When we burned ourselves again
In spaceship days when you and I were young
When you and I were young, young


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"Satellite" as written by Shanti Ellis Ian Joseph Harshman

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