Astronauts By Powapowa-p Feat. Reol 〔れをる MP3 Lyric

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Well be-bop-a-lula she's my baby,
Be-bop-a-lula I don't mean maybe.
Be-bop-a-lula she's my baby
Be-bop-a-lula I don't mean maybe
Be-bop-a-lula she's my baby, doll, my baby, doll, my baby, doll.

Well she's the girl in the red blue jeans.
She's the one that I know
She's the one that loves me so.

Be-bop-a-lula she's my baby, doll, my baby, doll, my baby, doll.
Well she's the one that gots that beat.
She's the one with the flyin' feet.
She's the one that walks around the store.
She's the one that gets more more more.

Be-bop-a-lula she's my baby
Be-bop-a-lula she's my baby,
Be-bop-a-lula, I don't mean maybe, maybe,
Be-bop-a-lula She's my baby,
Be-bop-a-lula, I don't mean maybe,
Be-bop-a-lula she's my baby, doll, my baby, doll, my baby, doll.
My baby, doll, my baby, doll, my baby, doll.

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Ancient astronauts

Ancient astronauts (or ancient aliens) refers to the pseudoscientific idea that intelligent extraterrestrial beings visited Earth and made contact with humans in antiquity and prehistoric times. Proponents suggest that this contact influenced the development of modern cultures, technologies, and religions. A common position is that deities from most, if not all, religions are extraterrestrial in origin, and that advanced technologies brought to Earth by ancient astronauts were interpreted as evidence of divine status by early humans. The idea that ancient astronauts existed is not taken seriously by academics, and has received no credible attention in peer reviewed studies. Well-known proponents in the latter half of the 20th century who have written numerous books or appear regularly in mass media include Erich von Däniken, Zecharia Sitchin, Robert K. G. Temple, Giorgio A. Tsoukalos and David Hatcher Childress.