Letters from the Lunar Outpost

For as one star another far exceeds, So souls in heaven are placed by their deeds.
- Robert Greene, English Author (1558?-1592)

It’s blind faith (blind faith)

Drive down the freeways
A cool wind is blowin’
And you don’t notice
Where the hell you’re goin’

Once I had a friend on the dark side of town
Once I had a friend who really let me down
Who’s really drivin’ this thing? Who’s at the wheel?
Where does your trust lie, baby? Is your faith real?

Drive down the freeways . . .

Once I had a girl
(She took his hand and led him down the primrose path)

Once I had a girl, she was so good to me
Once I had a girl, it ended bitterly
You may be ridin’ on an ill-fated trip
Make sure that you know where they’re guiding your ship

( . . . interlude)

Drive down the freeways . . .

Drive down the freeways . . .

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