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Out in the cosmos
Looking for signs of intelligent matter
Trying not to get lost
Praying their ship does not get clattered

Out in the cosmos
Will alien grey plans really matter
Looking for planets with a bit of chitter chatter
Ufo ology
Ufo fo
In the milky way
Travellers from another planet
Just can't stay away
Because their home they just can't stand it
In the milky way
Looking for places they can habit
With a few suns rays
And a surface they can land it



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    alexthomasdavisFeb 17, 2014 at 3:19 pm
    This song starts off the album, and has a cool verse to chrous. It's about aliens and do their plans really matter. I mean do they! ? Why can't they just leave us alone! I called it Alien Grey Matters (grey matters â€" the brain!) and not ufology, as It's nice sometimes to be less obvious and do something different that still fits well.

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