I know you're out there
We saw a shooting star
We don't know what you done
You're nearer for a star

But now we know it
We don't know who you are
We don't know what you've done
You're nearer for a star

We're slowly fading
Your glow is almost gone
We don't know what you've done
You're nearer for a star

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Eon Lyrics as written by Robert Coombes Gareth Coombes

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    My Interpretation

    I think the correct lyric is "You're a mirror for a star."

    Not sure if this is referring to celebrity hangers-on, or the UK tabloid newspapars (The Mirror, The Star, and perhaps The Sun), or is literal in some way (the moon being a mirror for a star?)

    pondlifeon July 28, 2009   Link
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    General Comment

    Well, it\'s like singing Twinkle Twinkle Little Star isnt it? Like \"How i wonder what u are\"

    hehehe.. no idea what the line \"nearer for a star\" mean, though, it would really really help if i did...

    eirunon April 22, 2005   Link
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    General Comment

    Ermm... it's about a girl with a shining personality, but its fading coz of sumthing she done..

    well.. not necssrily a girl..

    eirunon April 27, 2005   Link
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    General Comment

    Oops, typo in my head there - I meant to type "...a mirror for a sun."

    pondlifeon July 28, 2009   Link

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