"Astronomy" is a song by rock band Blue Öyster Cult that has appeared on several of the band's albums. It was first released on their album Secret Treaties. The clock strikes twelve and moondrops burst. The song’s lyrics are selected verses from a poem by Sandy Pearlman, the band’s producer and mastermind behind their image, called “The Soft Doctrines of Imaginos”. It’s New Year’s Eve and Desdanova walks into the Four Winds. Astronomy is song that appears on several different albums by the most lyrically imaginative heavy metal rock band that ever existed: Blue Öyster Cult.
Clock strikes twelve and moon drops burst. Out at you from their hiding place. Like acid and oil on a madman's face. His reasons tend to fly away. Like lesser. Astronomy by Blue Öyster Cult song meaning, lyric interpretation, video and chart position. Lyrics and video for the song "Astronomy" by Blue Öyster Cult.
Lyrics to "Astronomy" song by Blue Oyster Cult: The clock strikes twelve and moondrops burst Out at you from their hiding place Like acid and oil on. Lyrics to Astronomy by Blue Oyster Cult: Clock strikes twelve and moon drops burst / Out at you from their hiding place / Like acid and oil. Find a Blue Öyster Cult - Astronomy first pressing or reissue. Complete your Blue Öyster Cult collection. Shop Vinyl and CDs.