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Who's that calling way out there?
I've got your signal, loud and clear.
In the distance a light is near,
Through the night, sharp as a spear.

My mind sees all the things my eyes can't see,
What are you trying to say to me?
I've got your signal,
Feel your signal.

Everything seems very strange,
And now you're not that far away.
I feel so calm, I don't feel fear,
Behind that light I know you're there.

My ears hear sounds I've never heard before,
Tell me what you've really come here for.
I've got your signal,
Ohh.... feel your signal.

There's a beacon flashing in the distant night,
Don't feel time passing right before my eyes.
Is my dreaming beyond control?
I feel these movements here below.

Is this the end, or is there more?
I'll stay suspended for evermore.
My eyes hear all the things my heart can't see,
What are you trying to do to me?
I've got your signal,
Feel your signal.

There's a beacon flashing in the distant sky,
Don't feel time passing right before my eyes.
Who's that calling from way out there?
Got your signal, loud and clear.

In the distance I know you're there,
Through the night, sharp as a spear.
My mind sees all the things my eyes can't see,
What are you trying to say to me?
Well, I've got your signal,
I've got your signal,
Feel your signal.



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