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Jonathan King – Everyone's Gone To The Moon lyrics

Streets full of people
All alone
Roads full of houses
Never home
Church full of singing
Out of tune
Everyone's gone to the moon

Eyes full of sorrow
Never wet
Hands full of money
All in debt
Sun coming out in
The middle of June
Everyone's gone to the moon

Long time ago
Life has begun
Everyone went to the sun

Cars full of motors
Painted green
Mouths full of chocolate
Covered cream
Arms that can only
Lift a spoon
Everyone's gone to the moon

Everyone's gone to the moon
Everyone's gone to the moon

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    When civilization began, people needed each other to survive and had to work at it. There was warmth from fire and a human connection. As technology evolved, even though there were more people, they became disconnected and their emotions cooled and they relied more on machines to keep them alive. Eventually, the earth became a more uninhabitable and undesirable place to live, so they started going to the moon and colonizing.
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    A cynical (and successful) attempt to combine dreamlike, proto-psychedelic imagery in a setting similar to the brainwashed village from "the prisoner", united with a popular interest in all things lunar in advance of the american moonshot then scheduled for four years in the future. The old british tradition of eccentricity was revitalised at this time in many one-off novelty recordings, bought up by a public increasingly interested in the outre'.

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