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Barnabas – Waiting For The Aliens lyrics

Seen it on my tv for the past couple nights
Freaky, but it seems to be true
Captured earthlings vanish in a flicker of light
And there's nothing that the air force can do
The guys at work all say that it's a message from space
An omen of the good things to come
An interstellar rescue for what's left of the race
Now that the troublemakers are gone

Its gonna be alright
They say it's gonna be alright
That born-again buffoonery has been dealt with at last
And now we're one big happy family again

Sightings are abounding, so we know that they're here
To help us chart a new destiny
They've done away with Jesus and that hellfire fear
So we can get loose and be free
They're burning all the bibles 'cause it's cheap energy
They're turning all the churches to bars
No more silly fables or religious debris
We know our masters come from the stars

Seen it on my tv for the last couple weeks
Freaky, but it seems to be true
Everything sounds rosy when the new order speaks
Informing us of what we must do
So we're waiting for the aliens with our hearts open wide
Clinging to their every command
They say they're coming soon, so we should trust the new guy
Who wants to put that mark on our hand

Its gonna be alright
They say it's gonna be alright
That born-again buffoonery has been dealt with at last
Now we're one big happy family again



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