Infinity (For Stan Lee)

from by John Jordan

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Music and lyrics by John Jordan



When I die
And my atoms are free
The universe
I hope they see
Flying from Earth
Out into the cosmic
Visiting nebulas
And galaxies chaotic
Racing the asteroids
through space
Leaving behind
The human race
Travelling light years
Away from the Earth
Until it is time
For my Rebirth

To Infinity and Beyond
That’s what the plastic spaceman said
To Infinity and Beyond
The One True God of Marvel’s dead
Wave a magic wand
And soar through the galactic sea
To Infinity and Beyond
Outer space is the place for me

I won’t need a rocket
Or a pressurized suit
With the cosmos in my pocket
Universally en route
Zipping at light speed
I’m neutrino Free from need
A bouncing atomic bambino
Chilling with antimatter
Because we go way back
When my matter finally scatters
I’ll dwell in the pitch black

To Infinity And Beyond
Beyond the satellites
To Infinity and Beyond
If it’s wrong I don’t wanna be right
I’m saying it with this song
So please turn out the lights
Let’s pretend
It is the end
And now eternal night

To see the Sirens of Titan
And be so enlightened
To see Andromeda spinning
That’s what I call winning
To fly into the Sun
It’s fun for everyone
To circle ‘round Uranus
And know no more what pain is
To explore the Milky Way
That would make my day
To fall into a black hole
I think I’m on a roll
To race the meteors
Nothing could be dreamier
To reach the End of Space and Time
The journey will be fine

To Infinity and Beyond
Is much more than just Heaven
To Infinity and Beyond
The idea gets me revvin’
To shake these Earthly bonds
Got me turned up to eleven
My final rest
Will be so blessed
And luckier than seven.

The Ultimate Osmosis
To know what the Cosmos is.


from Ho Ho No, released November 15, 2018
Vocals, guitar and bass by John Jordan
Drums, rhythm guitar, and keys by Tim Dub


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Saxophonist singer John Jordan and multi-instrumentalist singer Kali share songwriting duties for a mix of ska, reggae, rock, soul, and r&b.

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