"Death of a Star"--Sung by the engineer who designed the Death Star





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Published on Mar 25, 2012

"Death of a Star" was written and recorded by Kavalier Calm over at the Crowdsource Inspiration project, hosted at crowdsourceinspiration.tumblr.com...Free downloads available at: http://kavaliercalm.bandcamp.com/albu...

Lyrics: Death of a Star

Out here in space, only one thing still marvels man:
the depth and fire of the stars.

So, like any good engineer, I planned to build a wonder:
A star of my own—one to rival the suns—
For it will not give life, but death.

I built her—a wonder to behold;
nearly perfect, but for one minor flaw.
I told that Wookiee not build that exhaust port,
but, oh, how he argued: more concerned with red tape than the art.


And I hate those Jedi, those rule breakers;
there's no equation for The Force—
in their world, physics fails to have meaning.
That shot was one in a million,
but that Skywalker made it.
And now my masterpiece is destroyed.

Oh, it would have given death;
but now it's destroyed.


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