"Aeroplane" as written by Jarrod Lee Gollihare, Brad Becker, Mark Carr and John Russell....
Once upon a time
I was rattling around
Like a songbird that you prized
But it never made a sound

Someone told me not to come
They told me not to look
But you know I never take advice
And one time is all it took

I thought hey, I'd treat you like an aeroplane
I'd feed you clouds and vapor trails
We'd go for walks on Everest
We would sleep underneath
The watchful eye of the crescent moon

It might seem ludicrous
I know it sounds cliché
But when she walks into the room
She brings a brighter day

Can't help but watch her every move
While I pretend to look away
Smitten, bound and gagged
But if I got the chance I'd say

I'd say, "Hey, I'll treat you like an aeroplane"
I'll catch you like a falling star
I'll be your hero astronaut
And we'll sleep underneath
The waterfall of the Milky Way

But if I wait a little while
I might find the nerve
To find the words to say to her
I find the timing's right
To wait a little while, a little while

Perfect is a number
That you're not allowed to say
So when she put me on the spot
I quickly coined a phrase

I said, "Hey, I'll treat you like an aeroplane"
I'll feed you clouds and vapor trails
We'll go for walks on Everest
And we'll sleep underneath the waterfall
Yeah, we'll sleep underneath
The watchful eye of the crescent moon.



Lyrics submitted by StupidToWish

"Aeroplane" as written by Jarrod Lee Gollihare Brad Becker

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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