"Aeroplane" as written by and Bjork Gudmundsdottir....
Flying, made of sticks and paper
(Aeroplane)
Dying, is the wind not climbing?
(My aeroplane)
Blowing, and going somewhere high
In the evening tumblin' down
But it's surely been up there
Crying, want to live my life as my aeroplane
Sighing, in the [sun time, but softly?]
(My aeroplane)
Lonely, but only until it comes down
Where there's people running 'round
But it's surely been up there
Flying
(My aeroplane)
(My aeroplane)
(My aeroplane)
(My aeroplane)


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"Aeroplane" as written by Bjork Gudmundsdottir

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    General CommentA song originally written during the John Even Band days, Aeroplane first appeared as the B-side to the "Sunshine Day" single, where the band was credited as "Jethro Toe."

    The song is simply about paper airplanes and the carefree "life" they have.
    Krendall2006on April 18, 2008   Link

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