"My Stars" as written by and Alice Cooper Bob Ezrin....
My stars
So far
No one's callin me home
Space brain
Living on my own

Come on you faithful
You know all you people should come to me
I'll make you arms work
And I'll make your legs work
I'll make you see
Ladada dadada dadada dadada da da
Whoa, yeah

Well I swear by the air
I'll be made to breathe
You'll pay very dear for this banishing deed
The power alone stored in my little hand
Could melt the Eiffel Tower
Turn the Sphinx into sand

Oh no
Thar she blows
Spreadin crazy news
All night
Loves to light the fuse

And everyone blows up
And nobody grows up to fill Dad's shoes
But that doesn't matter
'Cause no little boys really wanted to

Ladada dadada dadada dadada da da
Whoa, yeah

I stared at the squall line
I stared at the fault line
I see a funnel black there
I think I see a crack there
Landscapes alive
And it's moving my feet
All I need's a Holocaust
To make my day complete

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"My Stars" as written by Bob Ezrin Alice Cooper


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    General CommentAlice Cooper's hits were good songs. I think that this song, "My Stars", should almost be a hit.

    I mean the band did nothing wrong at all with their performance of this song, so does anyone else think this?
    Pink_Floyd_fanon March 01, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI think that almost every song of of School's Out should have been a hit. Personally I think that Gutter Cat was better though.
    casey6492on June 12, 2008   Link
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    My InterpretationThis is a tough one to decipher...definitely apocalyptic end of the world themes going on..."come on you faithful, you know all you people should come to me" - not the Almighty loving God I am acquainted with, sounds more like the used car salesman with that hint of desperation pleading with the masses to fall in line - maybe a reference to the AntiChrist...and maybe the only solution is to blast off from the brutal planet in a rocketship - the final verse being the Robot's speech from The Day the Earth Stood Still...
    Desperado70on October 14, 2011   Link

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