"Angels and Fuselage" as written by and Patterson Hood/mike Cooley/ Earl Hicks/rob Malone/brad Morgan....
Looking out the window, the trees are getting closer it seems.
Thinking bout you Darling.
Adding up the cost of these dreams.

Strapped to this projectile, just a blink ago I was back in school.
Smoking by the gym door, practicing my rock-star attitude

And I'm scared shitless of what's coming next.
I'm scared shitless, these angels I see in the trees are waiting for me.

The engines have stopped now. We all know we are going down. Last call for alcohol.
Sure wish I could have another round.

And I'm scared shitless of what's coming next.
Scared shitless, these angels I see in the trees are waiting for me.
Waiting for me.

Friends in the swamp.
Friends on the ground, in the trees.
Angels and fuselage.


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"Angels and Fuselage" as written by Earl Hicks Brad Morgan

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    General CommentIn 1977, the tour plane Lynyrd Skynyrd was traveling in crashed. Lead singer Ronnie VanZant, only 29 at the time, was killed in the crash, along with guitarist Steve Gaines, his sister Cassie Gaines, and the group's road manager Dean Kilpatrick.

    (allmusic.com/cg/…)
    Uh_Andyon February 07, 2005   Link
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    General CommentPatterson Hood: Set inside the plane after the engines shut down and everything went quiet. Just the sound of the wind over the wings and your own heartbeat.

    drivebytruckers.com/…
    Uh_Andyon February 07, 2005   Link
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    General CommentThis was the first song I ever heard by this band. It is used on the CMT show "American Revolutions: Southern Rock" (which is great, if you've never seen it). It was used at the very end when interviewing Billy Powell and Gary Rossington about the plane crash. As powerful of a song as it is, it reaches a whole new level the way it was used in this show.
    Muck Manon June 13, 2007   Link

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