There Must Be Some Life
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There Must Be Some Life (on Mars) There must be some life somewhere in the dust Somewhere in the rocks somewhere in a fissure There must be some life There must be some life somewhere in the red rocks There must be some life And we gonna find out with all our knowledge With all our passion with all our love To the life on Mars Sometimes late at night as I sit here all alone Sitting in the flickering candle light reading in my precious books That's when I find myself entangled in loneliness of wisdom And I grab a hold of my old telescope to scan the sky over the horizon And we gonna find out with all our knowledge With all our passion with all our love To the life on Mars
Around 1900 there were people who would spend years sitting behind their telescope to watch planet Mars night after night. They were obsessed with the idea of discovering traces of life on the red planet. Still today the question makes the news ervery now and then. Guitarist Steve D. Anderson makes my ode to the planet or maybe rather to the planet watchers a very special song.
Rick Schell: drums Ethan Pilzer: bass Steve D. Anderson: electric guitars Martin Schaffner: acoustic guitars Recorded 2003 at Sound Vortex Nashville