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Somewhere Out There is prog power ballad that sounds not unlike Rick Wakeman gatecrashing a Queen recording session in the court of the Crimson King. Going through blues, classical, and funk rock sections, this album-closing epic provides Nature versus Nurture versus Nietzsche with the satisfying climax it deserves.

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Somewhere Out There lyrics:

Raised to the purple, totally green,
With a yellow streak and mean.
Is it a memory? Or is it a dream?
Maybe something in between?

As the summer wind hums a happy tune
With the birds in unison,
And you whisper softly, “My lover, stay alive,
See the battle is won!”

Somewhere out there,
There's a mountain yet to climb.
Somewhere out there,
There's a doubt in every mind.
Somewhere out there.

Then the autumn wind hums a happy tune
With the birds in unison,
And you whisper, “Somewhere, my lover must survive,
Pray this day is done!”

Somewhere out there,
There's a mountain yet to climb.
Somewhere out there,
There's a doubt in every mind.
Somewhere out there.

As we move through the debris
We hear whispers and screams from above,
And I'm left with my theory
That I'll never again find my love.
Feeling weary and wary,
I can see just ahead a white dove
And a lone legionary,
With a message he holds in his glove.

Run with the hare without a reason,
Hunt with the hounds without a care,
Kill out of spite and out of season.
Is it fate? Is it fake? Is it fair?

Raised to the purple, totally green,
With a yellow streak and mean.
Is it a memory? Or is it a dream?
Maybe something in between?

As the winter wind hums an elegy,
And the birds, their wings have spread,
And you whisper softly, “How can I stay alive
Now my love is dead?”

Somewhere out there,
There's a mountain yet to climb.
Somewhere out there,
There's a doubt in every mind.
Somewhere out there.

(c) 2015 The Home Guard

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from Nature versus Nurture versus Nietzsche, released September 25, 2015

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