New Horizons

Album: Single release only (2019)
  • "The revelations of New Horizons
    May help us to understand better how our solar system was formed"

    New horizons to explore
    New horizons no one's ever seen before
    Limitless wonders in a neverending sky
    We may never, never reach them
    That's why we have to try

    New horizons to take our breath away
    New horizons getting closer every day
    Somewhere in the distance, a wonder will appear
    One day New Horizons will be very, very near
    Ooh, that's why we're here

    Tonight the hand of man reaches out
    To throw light on how life came about
    Computer is reckoning an all-time high
    The future is beckoning onward and onward we fly

    Ooh

    New horizons a dream coming true
    New horizons that will change our point of view
    The fruits of wishful thinking we taste them for real
    We're off to new horizons so hold on to the wheel
    Hey, hey
    That's how we feel

    New horizons every day

    New horizons

    New horizons
    New horizons every day

    Yeah, woo, alright

    "We explore because we are human
    And we want to know" Writer/s: Brian May, Don Black
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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