Michael Blakley

Michael Blakley

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Rock - General | Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Total Song Plays: 749   
Member Since: 2006
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Song Description

It's about the Earth surviving despite the stupid humans trying to destroy it.

Story Behind the Song

It's about the Earth surviving despite the stupid humans trying to destroy it.

Lyrics

Rubber Ball In Space

The nights are like the daytime in the dark
In every peasant, you will find a Monarch
Everything is all the same, An endless circle, eternal flame
Everything comes back around to the start

An infinite rainbow, the colours never fade
Although the water is shallow, you can?t walk through a cascade

The world never changes, Just the human race
We?re on a rubber ball with life that drifts through space
The fires keep on burning, it?s just a different face
On this rubber ball with life that drifts through space
Drifts Through Space.

The desert is an ocean filled with sand
Miles and miles of barren wasteland
It?s nice to think that we?re sublime, But we are all just killing time
To find out what our maker has planned

Some people will tell you, they just don?t believe
It?s always been that way, since Adam and Eve

The world never changes, Just the human race
We?re on a rubber ball with life that drifts through space
The fires keep on burning, it?s just a different face
On this rubber ball with life that drifts through space

For thousands of years, So far The Earth survived it all
We assume nothing can hurt this rubber ball

Chorus


Song Length
4:55
Genres
Rock - General, Pop - Rock
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Composed, Incensed

Subject Matter
Earth, War


Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Michael Blakley
Music Credits Michael Blakley
Producer Credits Michael Blakley
Publisher Credits Unicorn Package Music Copyright 2005
Performance Credits Michael Blakley - Everything