Set The Moon On Fire

from Satellite We Call Home by earth immigrant

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(sacrifice for a bigger purpose)

By S N Walsh

lyrics

I'm gonna fill the night with colored pairs of light
With hues of red and white, yeah
I'm gonna leave today, with no more hell to pay
And nothing more to say, yeah

They want to make my life mean nothing
They make me walk a wire
I'm gonna make my life mean something
I'll set the moon on fire

It's just a holiday, it's just another day
It's just another way out
To make me see my wrong, to make it last this long
To help me write a song now

They want to make my life mean nothing
They make me walk a wire
I'm gonna make my life mean something
I'll set the moon on fire

Yeah... Set the moon on fire

You see the satellite, it hovers in the night
It gives you hope and light, yeah
It's gonna burn tonight, you see the sky ignite
You see the fiery white, yeah

I'm gonna make my life mean something, I'll set the moon on fire
You'll look up high tonight and see the fireworks in the sky
You're gonna ask yourself 'who's the one who made us all look higher?'
I'm gonna make my life mean something, I'll set the moon on fire

Yeah... Set the moon on fire

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from Satellite We Call Home, released May 25, 2018
Recorded by Velmont
S N Walsh: vocals, acoustic guitars, bass, fake cello, shakers, drum and violin programming
Manuel Carmona: harmonies, bass
GJ Torres: electric guitars
Patrick Barros: violas
©2001, 2018 earthimmigrant music

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From 1979-1999, Pluto's eccentric orbit placed it closer to the sun than Neptune. Therefore, earth immigrant (b.1980, Zigian Air Fields, Neptune) indeed comes from the farthest planet in our system. I hate to think we Neptunians are so petty, but support for planetary demotion of Pluto was very high on the blue giant, and I can’t help but think it’s because we like being far out - the farthest! ... more

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