Dream of the Astronaut Girl (Lyrics)

‘Dream of the Astronaut Girl’ by Little Bushman
From our third studio album ‘Te Oranga’

CHECK OUT THE ALBUM HERE:
littlebushmanband.com/te-oranga

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She had a dream last night
she was playing the Earth like a beat up old guitar
And the mountain started to sing to the boy with the silver hand
holding comets in a jar
They played an ancient rhythm, on an ancient drum
that woke the Matriarch
She sang a time old melody that came in on the count of three
and was heard from afar
Their atomic chord had opened a gate
into another time
They were falling out of when, imploding in to now
so they left the dark behind

And the wind he sang his harmony
a magical cacophony
While the Matriarch began to weave
a seamless melody from broken strings

They played through that fission
a new world began from a beat up old guitar
It was a beatificophony, but it was time for all to sleep
Sewing dreams for the dream swimmers
And in the maelstrom middle was made a man
and he looked upon a star
He remembered a melody from the girl who had a dream
and a beat up old guitar

When the wind had sang his harmony
a magical cacophony
While the Matriarch in time did weave
a seamless melody from broken strings
And the dreamers fought that gravity
molecular uncertainty
And now the Matriarch she plays to me
a seamless melody on broken strings

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