Dan Kilian

Dan Kilian

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Pop - Rock | New York, United States
Total Song Plays: 172   
Member Since: 2006
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Plays:

6

Song Description

This song raises what may be the nly pertinant questions one might be faced with when considering the end of the world. A nightmarish fantasy of dry hissing oceans and giant fireballs in the sky.

Story Behind the Song

It turns out our sun is too small to go nova, making this song scientifically moot, though aesthetically and poetically still vital, I'd like to think.

Lyrics

The Sun

When the sun goes nova will it all be over
Will it all have been over a long time ago?
Will we hold it together long enough to weather
The worst weather that we'll ever know
When the sun goes nova will we run for cover
And tunnel underneath the earth forever?
Will we send ships over to some other sun
And begun some new life so far out there?

Take a look at the sun as it fills the sky
Now the Earth is all done
As its oceans hiss and spit steam into the sky
Say goodbye
Take a look at the sun
Till it burns out your eyes

When the sun explodes will anybody know
Will they see that glow in a million years?
On some other planet will that final flash
Make anyone stop and maybe shed a tear?
When the sun goes nova will we know what to do?
Will there be any lessons left for us to learn?
Will we turn to God or have a final party?
Will there be any bodies to burn?

Take a look at the sun as it fills the sky
Now the Earth is all done
As its oceans hiss and spit steam into the sky
Say goodbye
Take a look at the sun
Till it burns out your eyes

The sun collects its own.
We're all coming home

Take a look at the sun as it fills the sky
Now the Earth is all done
As its oceans hiss and spit steam into the sky
Say goodbye
Take a look at the sun
Take a look at the sun

Song Length
3:25
Genres
Rock - General, Rock - Psychedelic
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal

Subject Matter
Danger, Doom

Similar Artist
The Beatles
Language
English

Lyric Credits Dan Kilian
Music Credits Dan Kilian
Producer Credits Billy Burke