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Space Station No. 5
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cover song by Andy Taylor
Released August 1990 (Album)
20 October 1990 (Single)
Recorded Summer 1990
Genre Rock
Length 4:16 minutes
Label A&M Records
Writer Ronnie Montrose
Producer Andy Taylor
Andy Taylor

"Space Station No. 5" is a cover song by Andy Taylor, released as the B-side to his seventh single "Lola" from the album Dangerous by A&M Records on 20 October 1990.

About the songEdit

Written by American guitarist Ronnie Montrose, the song was originally released by the rock band Montrose on their debut album Montrose in 1973.

Andy Taylor's version was recorded at the Trident II Studios in London, during the summer of 1990 for his second solo studio album Dangerous.

Other appearancesEdit

Albums:

Singles:

LyricsEdit

start with the sun


move on out


future's in the skies above


heavens unfold


and a new star is born



space and time making love


oh the time we had


living on the ground


I've moved to station number five


see you next time around



yeah yeah yeah


next time around


hey hey yeah



far as you want


close as you need


it's all in your mind now you know


this old world


and now it's seen its day


it's here time to go


what a time we had


living on the ground


I've moved to station number five


see you next time around



start with the sun


move on out


future's in the skies above


heavens unfold


a new star is born


space and time making love


oh the time we had


living on the ground


I've moved to station number five


see you next time around



yeah yeah yeah


next time around


hey hey yeah

See alsoEdit

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