Kim Wilde - 1969 Lyrics




I'm sitting on the sofa with my eyes wide open watching black and white T.V.
It's 1969 and two men are walking on the Sea of Tranquility.
Can it be they really got a man to walk on the moon?
Now my Mum and Dad say go to bed little girl, but my heads in a whirl...

I know they're watching me,
I know they're watching me,
I know they're hiding out there somewhere in the galaxy.
They're out there in the stars,
Maybe they come from Mars?
Here come the Aliens! Here come the Aliens!
They've all been waiting there living for millenniums.
Maybe they'll save us from the apocalypse when it comes.
A revelation that will really blow our minds!
Here come the Aliens. Here come the Aliens.
Here come the Aliens!
Ahh yeah.

And now there's no avoiding, our planet we're destroying,
A stupid human race.
They're gonna all come down, take over the world, throw us out into intergalactic space.
It's too late!
So say your last goodbyes as you look to the skies.
You know they tried to warn us so many times,
Say goodbye to mankind.

I know they're watching me,
I know they're watching me,
I know they're hiding out there somewhere in the galaxy.
They're out there in the stars,
Maybe they come from Mars?
Here come the Aliens! Here come the Aliens!
They've all been waiting there living for millenniums.
Maybe they'll save us from the apocalypse when it comes.
A revelation that will really blow our minds!
Here come the Aliens. Here come the Aliens.
Here come the Aliens!
Ahh yeah.

Here come the Aliens! Here come the Aliens!
Here come the Aliens! Here come the Aliens!

Oooh they're coming after me, they're coming after me,
I know they're hiding out there, somewhere in the galaxy,
They're out there in the stars,
Maybe they come from Mars?
Here come the Aliens! Here come the Aliens!
They've all been waiting there living for millenniums.
Maybe they'll save us from the apocalypse when it comes.
A revelation that will really blow our minds!

Here come the Aliens.
Here come the Aliens.
Here come the Aliens!





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