Space is the Place

Songfacts®:

  • Eric Clapton guests on this song. Hornsby explained to The Express Night Out that the British guitar legend, "just played on my last record and I had this track in infancy, so I asked him to play on it."
  • Hornsby told The Express Night Out that: "'Space Is the Place' is actually a rumination that occurs with very bright kids who are bored and not really engaged in school and are spacing out. The key line is: 'Keep your head in the clouds create something beautiful for me.'"

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