"Motorcycle Man" as written by and Steve Dawson Graham Oliver....
We got a 747 coming down in the night There's a 747 goin' into the night
There's no power, there's no runway lights There's no power they don't know why
Radio operator try to get a message through They've no fuel they gotta land soon
Tell the flight deck New York has no lights They can't land by the light of the moon
There's no power, what do we do They're overshooting there's no guiding lights
A 747 coming down in the night Set a course into the night
Try to get a message through Scandinavian 101
For Gods sake get your ground lights on
We were strangers in the night
Both on separate flights We were strangers in the night
Strangers in the night Lost on separate flights
Going nowhere Strangers in the night
We were strangers in the night Going nowhere
Both on separate flights We were strangers in the night
Strangers in the night Lost on separate flights
Going nowhere Strangers in the night
Going nowhere
This is Scandinavian 101
Flight from Hawaii coming out of the sun Strangers in the night
Kennedy, you should be in sight We were strangers in the night
We can't see a thing here in the night Strangers in the night
Navigator says we're on the flight path We were strangers in the night
There's no radio, no sign of life Strangers in the night
This is Scandinavian 101 Both on separate flights
For Gods sake get the ground lights on Strangers in the night
Going nowhere
'Cause we were strangers in the night We were strangers in the night
Both on separate flights Flight 101
Strangers in the night Strangers in the night going nowhere
Going nowhere
We were strangers in the night
Both on separate flights
Strangers in the night
Going nowhere



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"Motorcycle Man" as written by Kjetil Roesnes Geir Johnson

Lyrics © CARLIN AMERICA INC , EMI Music Publishing

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