When I look up at the stars at night What could I find beyond the light A hundred million worlds that we ignore Who can restrain Pleiades's Or know the laws of heavenly's How many times have we been wrong before Far off in the field I see a castle Today the people gather at the pole He tried to tell us all the world was spherical They burned his body but not his soul
Writer/s: DALE RICHARDSON, DOUG T. PINNICK, JERRY WAYNE GASKILL, TY RYAN TABOR, WILLIAM S. TAYLOR
Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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Anton from Lincoln, NeAlong with Tacklebox, I have a more developed demo of this, but can't seem to find any info on it
Paul from St. Petersburg, FlPleiades was the first song that began to form the band's sound and direction in their early years, as Ty Tabor will attest to in various sources, including the CD "Tacklebox" (the Ty Tabor demos vol 1&2 - Molken)
Darrell from Eugene, United StatesThe Pleiades constellation (placed inside of an oval) is also the logo of Subaru. "Subaru" is the Japanese name for Pleiades, and not that this has anything to do with the King's X song, but Serena (my girlfriend) always gets Saab and Subaru confused, which is easy when it comes to the redesigned Subaru WRX wagon that was brirfly sold as a Saab.
Aaron from Palm Bay, FlI love King's X. They blow me away.
Bryanthemadposter from Washington, MiThe title likely comes from the Bible. Given the heavy spiritual influence in King's X's early work, this seems likely.
"Can you hold back the movements of the stars? Are you able to restrain the Pleiades or Orion?" - Job 38:31