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I've Never Seen A U.F.O.
rabbitearsmotel
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When I was a kid I was really into UFOs. Apparently everyone else was too, judging by the popularity of books and documentaries on the subject at the time.

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I really wanted to believe that there was some sort of intelligent, benevolent beings out there. Maybe if things ever got really bad, they would come save us.

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Anytime I was outside at night, I kept a watchful eye out for them. Unfortunately I never saw one (or even thought I did). Now it's too late for me: I'm older and now that I am aware of the enormous distance between Earth and the nearest galaxy, I just don't feel like it's possible. Just another one of the buzzkills that go along with being an adult.

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I wrote this song about having never seen one. I recorded this in Logic. I used EZDrummer to do the drum track and the rest is just guitar and bass that I played using the PodFarm amp modelling software.

"I've Never Seen a U.F.O."

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Here's the blueprints for a flying saucer if you're inclined to try and make one. I wish you would.





Fund this on Youtube, some guys in France took some footage of a UFO over their house.


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I've seen one!

(Anonymous)
I saw one while I was visiting my cousin in Reno about 28 years ago :) They had this picnic table & benches in their backyard and we were out there hanging out one night while our parents were out gambling. I went to pee and when I came back my cuz said look up there- and where she pointed there was this bright light- about the same size and distance as a star. It went straight down, then straight to the right, then it it shot up in an arc to the right and was gone. It was a trip!

Its all about Element 115 man....
-Denise

i cannot believe you saw that thing in real life. color me green with envy.

What's the name of this book

(Anonymous)
Looking all over for the name of this book I'm almost certain you got these pics from. It was a series of white hard-cover books on paranormal stuff (the usual suspects... ghosts, UFOs, Loch Ness Monster, etc).

Re: What's the name of this book

(Anonymous)
i would actually love to see that book. i stole these from google images. thanks for taking a peek.

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