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  • Message came from outer space
    Future of the human race
    Help is not gonna hide its face
    Let it go, shed your skin
    Children never sleep again

    You want me for passenger
    Take me as your prisoner
    I want to be an alien
    Take me please, oh alien
    I wanna be an alien
    Take me, oh, oh

    Your instruments can't stop our ships
    Soon you'll be up in a fix
    The rest will all rule the nest
    Let it go, have your day
    Spacemen take your cans away

    I wanna be your passenger
    Take me as your prisoner
    I wanna be an alien
    Take me please, oh alien
    I wanna be an alien
    Take me please, oh alien

    You must taste our violent fuzz
    Your wars are of no use to us
    You cannot fix what never was
    Let it go, have your day
    The media is on its way

    I wanna be your passenger
    Take me as your prisoner
    I wanna be an alien
    Take me please, oh alien
    I wanna be an alien
    Take me please, oh alienWriter/s: BRIAN CHASE, KAREN LEE ORZOLEK, NICHOLAS JOSEPH ZINNER
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
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