"The Aircrash Bureau" as written by and Gary Anthony James Webb....
Hello, I'm the aircrash bureau
I bet you're so surprised to see me
I could specialize in rumours
I'll send shivers up your spine

Pilot, back, I need my squadron
I was flying before D-day
Now I'm warning you of falling
I'll tell you when you're going down

Sometimes I get these questions
It reminds me of the skin game
We used to stand around on corners
Saying 'well here we are again'

So now she motions closer
Now that's what I call romance
Someone's calling me but vaguely
You need the feeling not the man


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"The Aircrash Bureau" as written by Gary Anthony James Webb Gary Anthony Webb

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    General CommentThis is my favorite cut from the album Telekon.
    The song is a ghost story about a pilot who died but still manifests himself to pilots who are in trouble.
    I especially like the synth and viola solo.
    MrLongroveon January 29, 2005   Link

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