The Voyager Song Lyrics

Alphaville

Alphaville Afternoons in Utopia cover art
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now, she's touched the earth - you feel her love
pouring down like an endless rain
of colours on your skin
she descends out of the blue,
a breathless victor of time
after more than a million light-years preparing her comeback
and she's rushing in
from the outside
on the crest of the seventh wave
she's the crown of creation
creating you
the voyager!
is here to stay
the voyager!
she's calling all stars

Track Listing


CD 1
  • 1 IAO
  • 2 Fantastic Dream
  • 3 Jerusalem
  • 4 Dance With Me
  • 5 Afternoons in Utopia
  • 6 Sensations
  • 7 20th Century
  • 8 The Voyager
  • 9 Carol Masters
  • 10 Universal Daddy
  • 11 Lassie Come Home
  • 12 Red Rose
  • 13 Lady Bright - Faster Than Light


  • credits


    publisher: ©DOWNTOWN MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC
    writers: Bernard Lloyd, Marian Gold, Ricky Echolette
    album: Track 8 in album Afternoons in Utopia
    release date: 1986-6-5
    popularity : 61 users have visited this page.
    genres: Electronic Pop
    styles: Synth-pop
    length: 4:39
    drums: Roger Linn
    trumpet: Guy Barker and Stuart Brooks
    guitars: Phil Palmer
    bass: Andy Brown
    background vocals: Judy Cheeks and Victoria Miles
    keyboard: Peter Walsh and Robin Smith
    percussion: Frank Ricotti
    additional drums: Bob Jenkins
    saxophone: Phil Todd
    trombone: Neil Sidwell
    brass arranger: Robin Smith
    assistant engineer: Edu Meyer and Sven "Anthony" Bormann
    engineer: Steve "Barney" Chase
    producer: Peter Walsh
    mixer: Peter Walsh and Steve "Barney" Chase
    composer: Marian Gold, Bernhard Lloyd, Ricky Echolette
    lyricist: Marian Gold, Bernhard Lloyd, Ricky Echolette

    Album Information

    label: WEA Musik GmbH
    country(area): Europe
    format: CD
    barcode: 022924094828
    script: Latin