Epilogue, Pt. 2

by Jeff Wayne

Jeffry "Jeff" Wayne, born 1 July 1943 in Forest Hills, Queens, New York, is a musician best known for Jeff Wayne's Musical Version of The War of the Worlds, his musical version of H. G. Wells' The War of the Worlds. Wayne wrote approximately 3,000 advertising jingles in the 1970s which appeared on …




It's looking good, it's going good, 
We're getting great pictures here at NASA control Pasadena
The landing craft touched down on Mars 28 kilometers from the aim point
We're looking at a remarkable landscape littered with different kinds of rocks

Red, purple, how about that, Bermuda?
Fantastic. Look at that dune field
Hey, wait, I, I'm getting a no-go signal
Now I'm losing one of the craft
Hey Bermuda you getting it?

Nah, lost contact. There's a lot of dust blowing up there
Now I lost the second craft. We got problems
Full contact lost, Pasadena. Maybe the antennas
What's that flare? See it? A green flare coming from Mars
Kind of a green mist behind it. It's getting closer
You see it, Bermuda? Come in, Bermuda, Houston, come in
What's going on? 
Tracking station 43 Canberra, come in Canberra
Tracking station 63, can you hear me Madrid
Can anybody hear me? Come in, come in

Written by: JEFF WAYNE

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