Stars, with their suns
Move on out
The future's in the skies above
Heaven's gonna fall
And a new star is born
Space and time makin' love

Oh, what a time we had
Living on the ground
To the station #5
See you next time around
Next time around

As far you want, move on out
It's all in the mind, you know
I feel so low, have I ever seen this day
It's here, time to go

Oh, what a time we had
Living on the ground
Moved to station #5
See you next time around

Remember when it was so clear
And the tired old heads all in the wind
If the time suits you right
Leaving tonight
You never know
Come fly away with me
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah

It's getting faster, lads
Hurry up
Here comes Metallica in the rear-view mirror
And it's Arsehole who leads by a leg
Cunt coming up, might be a strong finish like the last race
Oh yes, yes, Prick's jumped over the Arsehole
But the Arsehole is catching up with the Prick
Coming in to the rear of the Arsehole
Cunt's coming with a strong finish and laughing
At the finish, it's Prick, it's
And at the finish it's Prick, followed by The Wanker
Followed by Cunt, with Arsehole finishing a close fourth

(Who said that?)

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Space Station #5 Lyrics as written by Sammy Hagar Ronnie Montrose

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    No comments? not a well known song, but its great all the same. This is basically talking about the future and how the human race is going to be migrating away from Earth and remembering how things were before living in space.

    Corwin_Deckardon August 11, 2007   Link
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    this is some deep shit song

    Vlachegon October 06, 2007   Link
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    This song is a cover of the original by Montrose.

    disgruntledon November 15, 2007   Link
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    what does he say about metallica in the end?

    metalhead42son May 02, 2010   Link

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