"Song in Space" as written by Steven John Kilbey, Peter Koppes, Martin Howard Willson-piper and Tim Powles....
You wake up late
Yet you're asleep
Inside a dream
You feel something
Upon your thoughts
They say that in the future every man and woman will be a star
And everybody's shining and it's blinding and they don't see too far
You can't spend the whole song in space
You move outside
You feel grey rain
Upon your skin
The muted hush
The raindrops crash
The seconds roar
They say we're all assembled from the tiny pieces of the red shift
The elevator's later but it's swifter to just wait for a lift
You can't spend the whole song in space
The new frontier
An interlude
You drink some wine
You had a smoke
You got to smile
They say that at the speed of light the particles all get quite excited
But out here in this universe it's bursting and we're all so delighted
You can't spend the whole song...
You can't spend the whole song in space

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"Song in Space" as written by Peter Koppes Steven John Kilbey

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