Monday, April 13, 2015

Moon Take Me Back to Stephen Hawking Sings Monty Python Galaxy Song 

While a lover begs the moon to take him back 

Monty Python blasts Steven Hawking into outer space - Singing! 

Moon Take Me Back (free form poem)

Oh moon beyond tomorrow in her eyes
Take me back to linger softly midst those days
A fragrance so familiar filled the air
And hearts were flushed by touch of satin veil
Each mist
A drift
A wish
The promises
Unshaken now
The timeless now
Each sigh-filled now
Oh moon if your heart still beats
As when those promises were etched
Into souls
Cast in time
To a place
Take me back
In her eyes was everything
Searching for dreams to born
Into days
Beyond this
Take me back
Beyond tomorrow till now
When those unshaken promises were made
To live amid the air of always
Sailing through a sea of always
With every star a kiss of always
Take me back
To where I am 

To go with this escape, enjoy: Gary B "The Moon" 


For a long time astronauts were not allowed to eat beans before they went into space because passing wind in a space suit damages them. (The report wasn't clear, if they meant the suits or the astronauts.) Meanwhile, for their Reunion Shows the Monty Python gang took their zaniness to the next step. In 1986 Monty Python's "Galaxy Song," was made famous in the comedy troupe's movie "The Meaning of Life," Now, instead of Eric Idle, who was the lead singer, the troupe shot Steven Hawking into space. In the video Monty Python some moments of the show, some glimpses into the past and the making of the Steven Hawking version of "Galaxy Song". 
Space, the final frontier, where the future meets the past... "Stephen Hawking Sings Monty Python… Galaxy Song (Music Video)" 

Thank you for stopping by and your kind support 

Please leave a comment with your opinion, feedback and/or suggestion(s) or just say hi.
Or email me at
If you missed or want to enjoy a previous edition visit the Blog Archive (on the right column).
Don't forget to bookmark and/or follow:
And lastly, click on one of my advertisers, if you could
(Sometimes videos may load slow.)

Share Poetry and Viral Videos with a friend 

No comments:

Post a Comment