A new documentary titled Space Girl lyrics cover the most beautiful parts of space exploration, including “Space Camp,” and the beauty of being alive in space.
It also features footage from space.
The film, which premiered this week at the Sundance Film Festival, will be available for viewing on National Geographic’s YouTube channel beginning Friday.
Space Girl was inspired by the song “Space Girl” by the hip-hop group G.O.O., which features a lyric about a girl in space: “My hair is white, my face is blue, my body is pink, I have a heart.”
Space Girl is a musical about the experience of being in space, and the film is a collaboration between Nena Nair and David Hill, who co-produced the documentary.
“It’s really about the beauty and the magic of being on Earth,” Nair said in a statement.
“The song’s lyrics have been written in the same spirit and in a similar space as we were all in space.”
In the documentary, Nair, Hill, singer/songwriter Joanna Newsom and a crew of NASA astronauts are filmed traveling to a remote location in the South Pacific and meeting a girl from space who lives on Earth.
The girls’ lives in space will be narrated in the film.
“We wanted to capture the beauty in space,” Hill said in the statement.
“[The girl] is a very special person who is going to inspire us to take a more holistic view of what it means to be human and to live.”
The film will also feature music by singer/guitarist Nana Delgado, who is best known for her music video for the song, “The Sun Goes Down.”
The song has been sampled by several famous musicians including Kanye West and Madonna, and has been used in movies such as Interstellar, Interstellar II, The Martian, and Star Trek Into Darkness.