Hawaii


By the year 2300 the complete destruction of the earth and the extinction of the human race were inevitable. The consecution of 8 devastating wars in the course of 2 centuries prevented the colonization of other planets.

During the eighth and final war a group of scientists and philanthropists were secretly involved in a project which purpose was to preserve the human kind. 200 people were chosen for a space journey which destination was unknown. Thousands of the last remaining families were to face chemical storms, irradiation and starvation.

Tomas, part of the crew, caught a disturbing glimpse from the spacecraft a few minutes after launch; knowing it would be the last one a human being would ever have of the earth. A shroud of fire obliterated oceans and continents and the planet's hue was no longer blue but intense greyish red.

Tomas had chosen one thing to take with him; an old gramophone.

There's a star in the sky
Where I'll take you by my hand
Times will pass
And you will become mine

If you turn and I see those blue eyes

High above, we will fly
While the earth is overcast
I'll stay tonight lost in your smile

There's a star in the sky Where I'll take you by my hand
Times will pass And you will become mine
If you smile as you see a perfect sky
I'll surrender my life
Just to feel your scent and warmth

If I'm sent afar I promise to write
And we'll always meet in dreams at night
How sad we won't touch

Time, time won't be here tonight
We're going so far out

Light, light seen humanly now
We're endlessly bound

See, thoughts are tears amongst stars
They're filling the night

Time, time won't be here tonight
We're going so far out

Light…

Lyrics by Germán Vergara

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