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Album: The World Needs A Hero (2001)
  • Welcome to an empty fortress
    A mighty wreck that once was proud
    Ate alive by oxidation
    Abandoned by a crew of cowards
    Navigation systems failed
    Computers crashed and they all fall down

    Possibly I've seen too much
    Hangar 18 I know too much

    All the guilty paid the price
    Suspended by their broken necks
    No one survived to tell the story
    When foreign life forms resurrect
    And military intelligence is
    Still two words that can't make sense

    Possibly I've seen too much
    Hangar 18 I know too much Writer/s: DAVE MUSTAINE
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 2

  • Travis from Charleston, WvWhen I first heard this song I didn't really like it, but live they do it as basically part of Hangar 18 which is really really cool. Other than that I'd never listen to it.
  • Jello from Sarnia, CanadaGreat song...but I like the original better, the whole RIP album is mindblowing
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