"My Star" as written by and Brown/ibrahim....
Space exploration for nuclear stations
NASA corrupters, jeweled abductors
Space exploration, excursion to the stars
On a military mission on a military mission to Mars
I'll see you in my star
I'll see you in my star

Solar system bases, the new world order
Lust for space dust, forming galaxy borders
Never seeking new life, only planning war
Sending satellites at new height, satellites to destroy
I'll see you in my star
I'll see you in my star

Space exploration for nuclear stations
Nasa corrupters, jeweled abductors
Space exploration, excursion to the stars
On a military mission on a military mission to Mars
To boldly go where no man's ever been before
Astronauts the new conquistadors
See you in my star
I'll see you in my star
I'll see you in my star
I'll see you in my star


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"My Star" as written by Ian Brown Aziz Ibrahim

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    General CommentIan Brown said it but its worth repeating, "never seeking new life, only planning war". Listen to Bill Hicks (Totally DVD). Instead of speanding fortunes on weapons etc, we should look eleviate the problems which create hostility between what ever groups people affiliate themselves with (usually countries). Understand and educate.
    DJ PartialLawon June 07, 2004   Link
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    General Commentdefinitively (for me) this song is a speech about what are we doing as a human race and which are our priorities

    live it sounds fantastic
    v2.7on November 24, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThis sounds like the pre-NASA Orion program, wherein the US govt sought to build large nuclear spacecraft to explore but more importantly to be able to bomb Russia from orbit.
    Lmac1970on January 26, 2016   Link

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