"Crash Landing" as written by and Dave/roods Gutter....
An airplane crashed outside my house
The dogs barked loud
Turn the lights out
Don't let them see us move around
Next to the sound of dogs like the guns and songs
The blaze x-rayed onto my bedroom wall
There's a hole like hell in the lawn and nobody's home

Because if I let you in, I let in every crash landing
It's nearly 2 AM,
You can keep knocking or let the doorbell ring
If I let you in, I let in every crash landing
It's nearly 2 AM,
You can keep knocking or let the doorbell ring

I hope your plane's not in my way when I get up
'Cause I can't afford to lose my job,
And I can't afford to help, support yourself
There will be papers to fill out
Please not right now, find someone else
Please not right now, find someone else

Because if I let you in, I let in every crash landing
It's nearly 2 AM,
You can keep knocking or let the doorbell ring
If I let you in, I let in every crash landing
It's nearly 2 AM,
You can keep knocking or let the doorbell ring

If I let you in, I let in every crash landing
It's nearly 2 AM,
You can keep knocking or let the doorbell ring
If I let you in, I let in every crash landing
It's nearly 2 AM,
You can keep knocking or let the doorbell ring

Let the doorbell ring
Next to my house was a crash landing


Lyrics submitted by Dr. D

"Crash Landing" as written by Dave Noyes Dave Gutter

Lyrics © EMI Music Publishing

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