Across the Nebulae

ArmsFoldedTight on May 24, 2013 19:42

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    A track I recently wrote and recorded in the Basement. It's a fun track about an Alien who happens upon Earth.

    Instruments: Squire Stratocaster, Squire Jagmaster, Squire Precision Bass, Sonor Drum Set, Acoustic Guitar, Boss RV-5 Digital Reverb.

    Lyrics: I am an alien
    I lived on a moon light years away

    Now I'm just wonderin'
    Out in the stars and nebulae

    I bask in the Solar Flairs
    Givin' the astroid belts a cruise

    I know there's someone out there
    so much space, Nothing to lose

    There is this galaxy
    That you call Milky Way
    The third stone from the star
    Calls me here today

    (Epic part with drums)
    I put my feet down on the
    Soil of this rock that you call
    Earth, and it feels

    I find this civilization
    of another race, I ponder what they're
    Worth, and if they

    If they could understand the
    Rock on which they stand, well
    I still have my obvservations
    and doubts

    How they comprehend e-
    motions such as love and hate
    I can learn about their

    (Minor Bridge)
    But there's something I can't see (doesn't relate to me)

    A certain voice I cannot hear (If I do, it isn't clear)

    There's this energy that
    radiates, from inside these
    people with the chance enough
    to live upon this glorious

    (ROCK OUT!!!)

    (Acoustic outro)
    Now I know all I could learn (and these moderate concerns)
    The people set here will prevail (even if their efforts fail)

    It's not even my
    place to say, not to stay
    moving back into the
    Deep...across the Nebulae.

    (Outro. END.)

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