"Air-Hostess Song" as written by and Ian Thomas/blackburn Ball....
She had perfect eyes
That's all she had
And in the these perfect skies
Makes you glad

She has alibis
And they're not bad
And in these perfect skies
Makes you sad

Makes you sad
Makes you sad
Makes you sad
Makes you sad

She had perfect eyes
That's all she had
And in the these perfect skies
Makes you glad

We're all here on faith
The air tastes bad
Far from perfect skies Is all you had

Is all you had
Makes you sad
Makes you sad
Makes you sad

I don't want no grace
Just a smile
Just a smile

Put me in my place
With a smile
Just a smile

I don't want no grace
Just a smile
Just a smile

I don't want no grace
Just a smile
Make you glad
Make you glad
Make you glad
Make you


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"Air-Hostess Song" as written by Benjamin Joseph Ottewell Ben Ottewell

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    General CommentI've never had the pleasure of hearing this song, but i can relate to the stark contrast of seeing an amazingly beautiful woman while you feel completely wretched from travelling all day in an airplane no less! One smile can make one overlook an entire crappy day.
    ZAPHODon February 14, 2005   Link

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