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Muse – Exogenesis: Symphony Part II lyrics

Rise above the crowds,
And wade through toxic clouds,
Breach the outer sphere,
The edge of all our fears,
Rest with you,
We are counting on you,
It's up to you

Spread our codes to the stars,
You must rescue us all,
Spread our codes to the stars,
You must rescue us all,
Tell us, tell us your final wish
Now we know you can never return,
Tell us, tell us your final wish
We will tell it to the world

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    I don't believe so, Muse are fascinated with the universe, I believe they are singing about the first pioneers to leave the planet in search of another. Since the next planet is so far away it would be the childrens, childrens, children of those pioneers who would arrive at their destination, as it would take literally generations of time to pass through space to the next planet.
    It sounds like he is singing goodbye and words of encouragement to them since they will never be seen again. Really inspiring and beautiful music.

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