Space People

Poem By KMC Centlivre

Have you heard of the people who live in the skies?
(I think I seen ‘em)
Some of them are short with big round black eyes
(I never seen them)
Can you believe it might be true?
Can you believe it might be true?

Have you heard there’s half a dozen different races?
(I could believe that)
Some of them are tall with human faces
(yeah, they call ‘em the Nordics)
Can you believe it might be true?
Can you believe it might be true?

They’re the ones who made me and you
Yeah, they’re the ones who made me and you

Have you heard of the soul machine on the moon?
(Yeah, don’t go to the light it’s a trick)
Yeah we’ll all be there again real soon
(unless you don’t go to the light)
Can you believe it might be true?
Can you believe it might be true?

They're the ones who made me and you

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