"Shut Up and Get on the Plane" as written by and Patterson Hood/mike Cooley/ Earl Hicks/rob Malone/brad Morgan....
Well your wishes and your feelings
Your bad dreams and intuitions
Are about as much good to me right now as a brand new set of golf clubs
We've been this close to death before, we were just too drunk to know it
Guess the price of being sobers being scared out of your mind

[Chorus]
When it comes your time to go, ain't no good way to go about it
Ain't no use in thinking bout it
You'll just drive yourself insane
There comes a time for everything
And the time has come for you to shut your mouth and get your ass on the plane

Ain't nothing I'd rather do right now than just go on home and lay around
But that ain't never an option for a working man like me
How much is enough you ask
I'll ask the man when I get a chance
All I know right now, there's somewhere else I'm suppose to be

[Chorus]

Screaming engines, shooting flames
Dirty needles and cheap cocaine
Some gal's old man with a gun
To me it's all the same
Dead is dead and it ain't no different than walking around if you ain't living
Living in fear's just another way of dying before your time

[Chorus]


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"Shut Up and Get on the Plane" as written by Earl Hicks Brad Morgan

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    General CommentNo comments on one of their best songs?

    This one's about Skynyrd's plane crash.
    Optionson November 03, 2008   Link

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