"Sail to the Moon. (Brush the Cobwebs Out of the Sky.)" as written by and Thomas Edward/selway Yorke....
I sail to the moon
I spoke too soon
And how much did it cost
I was dropped from
And sailed on shooting stars

Maybe you'll
Be president
But know right from wrong
Or in the flood
You'll build an Ark

And sail us to the moon
Sail us to the moon
Sail us to the moon

Lyrics submitted by ruben, edited by bildorf

"Sail to the Moon" as written by Edward John O'brien Colin Charles Greenwood

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    General CommentI myself am a huge radiohead fan, and I really find it quite insulting that poeple would think Thom Yorke would write a song about something so simplistic. I'm sure he simply wants the listener to interpert the lyrics for what they feel. Make the song their own.

    When I listen to this song I can see Thom Yorke in a little row boat floating towards the moon. This has got to be one of their most amazing songs aside from a select few on this album. It makes me emotional. I only wish it was longer.
    IShotThePromQueenon October 21, 2005   Link

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