[Lowe] Is there anyone alive out there? Can anyone hear me?

[Rose] Come Josephine, In my flying machine... and it's up she goes, up she goes... Come Josephine.. in my flying...

Come Josephine in my flying machine
Going up she goes
Up she goes
Balance yourself like a bird on a beam
In the air she goes
There she goes
Up, up, a little bit higher
Oh, my, the moon is on fire
Come Josephine in my flying machine
Going up
All on
Good-bye.

Oh, say, let us fly girl

[Rose] Jack, there's a boat... Jack

Where dear? To the sky girl

[Rose] Jack... Jack... Jack

Oh you flying machine

[Rose] Jack, there's a boat, Jack

Come please, please Josephine

[Rose] Jack...

Come Josephine in my flying machine
Going up
All on
Good-bye.



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    General CommentOn "Back to Titanic," composer James Horner had come up with more music than could be included on the Titanic soundtrack.

    This is such a soft and lovely version of the song published originally in 1910. The tune is by Fred Fisher; the lyrics by Alfred Bryan.
    sillybunnyon August 24, 2006   Link
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    General CommentCome Josephine in my flying machine
    Going up she goes
    Up she goes
    Balance yourself like a bird on a beam
    In the air she goes
    There she goes
    Up, up, a little bit higher
    Oh, my, the moon is on fire

    Ignore everything else and fly ....
    sillybunnyon August 24, 2006   Link

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