"Space Race" as written by Bruce Dickinson and Alex John Dickson....
Yes, yes I'd launch into the rising sun
My living breath is measured
Every step is done
Fare you well my friends

See you down the line
Yeah, yeah...
I don't belong to nation state or dying race
I leave my prejudice

With you my religion's in space
So have a little respect
Why are we running in this space race
Why are we acting like we own the place

Just want to feel the starlight on my face
Reach out my hand and touch beyound...
Yes, yes I'd float around till gravity's end
Unity is coming, singular again

See you then my friends at the end of the line, yeah, yeah
Secret knowledge science logic all are done
Nothing left but burning up into the sun
On a cosmic beach I'll see ya there


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"Space Race" as written by Bruce Dickinson Alex John Dickson

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    General CommentFor old grunge metal, I really like this song.

    "Space Race" was partially a sort of criticism to the space race between U.S.A and U.S.S.R in the Cold War, but also deals with the human desire to escape from our world and explore the unknown
    RainbowDemonon December 16, 2008   Link
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    General CommentWow, I love this song. I listen to it when I want to kind of relax and stuff.
    Turbo Speedon May 30, 2007   Link

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