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Look To The Sky lyrics

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Head East – Look To The Sky lyrics

I bet you heard a story or two
About that mother ship that's comin' for you
And when it gets here you must decide
To hide your face or go for a ride

Look to the sky, oh whoa
Look to the sky, you may never know
Look to the sky, oh, look to the sky
Look to the sky, look to the sky

You must believe there's no reason for fear
You may be gone for a day or a year
Before you go you must examine the fact
You may decide that you don't want to come back

Look to the sky, oh whoa
Look to the sky, you may never ever know
Look to the sky, oh, look to the sky
Look to the sky, those who don't know I'm tellin' you so

Maybe we can go together
When it comes time to leave
Maybe we can start all over
In a garden like Adam & Eve

Look to the sky, oh whoa
Look to the sky, you may never ever know
Look to the sky, oh, look to the sky
Look to the sky, in case you don't know I'm tellin' you so
Look to the sky, look to the sky
Look to the sky, way up high
Look to the sky, in the sky
Look to the sky, open your eye(s)
Look to the sky, look to the sky
Look to the sky, way up, way up, way up high
Look to the sky, open your eye(s)



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