Spaceship Lover

Album: single release only (1972)
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  • "Spaceship Lover" was written by Laurie Marshall, recorded under the pseudonym of Paul St. John and released on the Pye label as the B-Side of the one-no-hit-wonder "Flying Saucers Have Landed." What else can be said other than the girl is out of this world? >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Alexander Baron - London, England

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