"Dressing Up The Old Dakota" as written by and O'hagan....
dressing up the old Dakota
giving it another shot
freddy buys them up
and charters out the lot

fly them to the riviera
fly them to the U.S.A.
fly them 'til you think they've
reached their dying day

aviation in the jungle
landing on the rough terrain
serving up the young burritos
on the plane

what's that cymbal sound
old Dakota's still around

aviation in the jungle
landing on the rough terrain
serving up the young burritos
on the plane


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    Song FactLove this song and album. Some cool aviation references in there too. Dakota was a British/Australian term that originated as the acronym: DACoTA for Douglas Aircraft Co. Transportation Aircraft. More specifically, a C-47, which is just a modified military version of the DC-3. Definitely on the top of my list of coolest planes ever built.
    USAviatoron January 23, 2015   Link

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