I wanna ride on a shooting star
Ride through cosmos so very far
See the ground down there below
The speed of light's our only foe
A mighty millyway crusade
Nothing can make the feeling fade
Floating skywards at the speed of light
Oh, yeah what a beautiful flight!
Turn your head to the skies
Embrace that which never dies
Behold, for it's not a dream
It's me star shooter supreme!
Hello Terra Firma! Here we come!
Yeah! We're having some astral fun
Circle of friends, planets in motion
And the sun has a smile like an ocean
Mighty millyway crusade
Nothing can make the feeling fade
Floating skywards at the speed of light
Oh, yeah what a beautiful flight!
Turn your head against skies
Embrace that which never dies
Behold, for it's not a dream
It's me star shooter supreme!
Ride on my brothers, fly on
Descending fast, but still we have won
A mighty milkyway crusade
Nothing can make the feeling fade
Ride on my brothers, fly on
Descending fast, but still we have won
Floating skywards at the speed of light
Hell yeah, what a beautiful flight!
Come on!
Turn your head to the skies
Embrace that which never dies
Behold, for it's not a dream
It's me star shooter supreme
Turn your head against skies
Embrace that which never dies
Behold, for it's not a dream
It's me star shooter supreme
Oh yeah!


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    One of my favourite songs from Andromeda. Somehow, I never got into the song before Friday, when I decided to listen to 'Extension Of The Wish' since I hadn't for a while. Listening to the song, I found myself singing the chorus and playing it over and over again.

    headbang666on March 05, 2007   Link
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    It's a fun "rocking out" song, I agree. Makes me feel like I should put on a leather jacket and some shades and beat the shit out of someone who deserves it lol. A song for B.A.M.F.s

    nolimit24on May 07, 2008   Link
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    It's a fun "rocking out" song, I agree. Makes me feel like I should put on a leather jacket and some shades and beat the shit out of someone who deserves it lol. A song for B.A.M.F.s

    nolimit24on May 07, 2008   Link

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