"Beyond the rim of the star-light, My love is wand'ring in the star-flight," are the opening lines to what song? Who is the lyricist?
#56188. Asked by jbean. (Mar 26 05 12:22 AM)
Did you know that the nifty theme|
music you hear at the end of each
episode of the original 'Star Trek'
series actually has WORDS that go
with it? It's true! Previously
known only to a few insider
'Trekkies', here are the actual
words to the closing theme of the
original Star Trek. Pretty nice,
you might even find yourself singing
along after you watch it again!!
The rim of the star-light
Is wand'ring in star-flight
He'll find in star-clustered reaches
Strange love a star woman teaches.
His journey ends never
His star trek
Will go on forever.
But tell him
While he wanders his starry sea
Remember, remember me.
"Theme from STAR TREK"
Lyrics by Gene Roddenberry (1966)
Music by Alexander Courage
YAY-and a fast one at that-MrsAce. Roddenbery was accused by the theme's writer, Alexander Courage, of making up the never-used lyrics in order to claim half the royalties of the song.|
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