In Flames:Satellites and Astronauts

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“Satellites and Astronauts”
Artist: In Flames
Albums: Clayman (2000)
Composers: Björn Gelotte
Jesper Strömblad
In Flames
Lyricists: Anders Fridén

Since the day of my departure
I’ve been stumbling through reality
I play my symphony in reverse
as I aim for that special path

Be gentle to the tear in this eye
Lonesome arms, lost its wings again

Buy me a trip to the moon
So I can laugh at my mistakes
You see, I can see the end from here
From this perspective it looks kind of silly
Satellites and astronauts
Tell me there are greater things ahead

Make me feel like a man
A silent cry from the middle of hell
I —the irony— I promise, I’ll be mature
So please, please invite me
please, invite me, to your shelter again

Been hiding since I heard “never”
Take me back to yesterday, I need to grow

Buy me a trip to the moon
So I can laugh at my mistakes
You see, I can see the end from here
From this perspective it looks kind of silly
Satellites and astronauts
Tell me there are greater things ahead

Buy me a trip to the moon
So I can laugh at my mistakes
You see, I can see the end from here
From this perspective it looks kind of silly
Satellites and astronauts
Tell me there are…

Steal my mask and make me pay
I need a new skin, I’m going insane