"(I Lost My Heart to A) Starship Trooper", is a 1978 single written by Jeff Calvert and Max West of Typically Tropical and performed by Sarah Brightman and Hot Gossip. It is notable as the debut of the then teenage Brightman as a singer, and reached number six in the UK Singles Chart.
The song is a lightweight space disco track that cashed in on the media hype surrounding the original Star Wars film: the lyrics include the lines "And evil Darth Vader has been banished to Mars" and "Or are you like a droid, devoid of emotion". The song also samples music from Star Wars, Thus Spoke Zarathustra (from 2001: A Space Odyssey), and the "spaceship communication" melody from Close Encounters of the Third Kind. Many of the lyrics contain mild sexual innuendo; for example, "Take me, make me feel the force". Other television and film science fiction references are "Flash Gordon's left me, he's gone to the stars", "What my body needs is close encounter three", and "Fighting for the Federation" and "Static on the comm - it's Starfleet Command".
The song was performed on The Kenny Everett Video Show by its regular dance troupe Hot Gossip. Its lead, Sarah Brightman, was dressed in a silver catsuit and platform shoes.
Space suit is lying
On control room
Pulse rate increasing
As the heat factor soars
Feel the force
Ignore the computers
We're locked on course
I lost my heart to a starship trooper
Flashing light in hyper space
Fighting for the Federation
Hand in hand we'll conquor space
An excellent futuristic war novel by Robert Heinlein, part philosophical treatise, part sci-fi military action.
Eventually made into an abortion
of a movie by that fucking hack Paul Verhoeven, who admitted after making the movie that he tried reading the book but stopped after a few pages because it was depressing.
At least that redhead chick had nice tits.
for those who actually dont know what it is, its a military novel/movie. i never read the novel but the movie was about a group of soldiers fighting crazy aliens from another planet.
all i know is that co-ed showers rock
A good song by the prog rock band Yes. It is in the 1971 album "The YES Album"
It has three parts: I. Life Seeker, II. Disillusion, and III: Wurm.
Sister Bluebird flying high above,
Shine your wings forward to the sun.
Hide the myst'ries of life on your way.
Though you've seen them, please don't say a word.
What you don't know, I have never heard.
Starship Trooper, go sailing on by,
Catch my soul, catch the very light.
Hide the moment from my eager eye.
Though you've seen them, please don't tell a soul.
What you can't see, can't be very whole.
someone who stole Sarah Brighman's heart
Perri: Hi Sarah, how are you today?
Sarah: not great...
Perri: aww whats up hon?
Sarah: I LOST MY HEART TO A STARSHIP TROOPER!!!
Gung ho military enthusiasts taken with TV shit like night sight goggles, smart bombs and robot tanks who don't realize that when they get into the real thing they don't even get enough armor to cover their ass from a 12 year old with a grenade.
Yo Starship Trooper, go real, go boom!