"Lost Planes" as written by Charles H Barrett, Cyril Curnin, Peter Greenall, James West-oram and Adam Terence Woods....
When you're hanging from a parachute
The whistling wind might play your flute
So forget it
Lost traffic

Someone said you couldn't fly the plane
So I guess this journey's all in vain
So forget it
Lost traffic

We're on a lost plane
Should've taken the train
We're on a lost plane
So forget it

Flying high but your fuel is low
How far can a missing plane go
So forget it
Lost traffic

Tell you that you're flying radar
But it's that much safer to take that car
We're on a lost plane
I should've taken the train

We're on a lost plane
So forget it
We're on a lost plane
I should've taken the train

We're on a lost plane
So forget it
We're on a lost plane
I should've taken the train

We're on a lost plane
I should've taken the train
We're on a lost plane
I should've taken the train

We're on a lost plane
So forget it
So when you're hanging from a parachute
The whistling wind might play your flute

So forget it
Lost traffic
Tell you that you're flying radar
But it's that much safer to take that car

We're on a lost plane
I should've taken the train
We're on a lost plane
So forget it

We're on a lost plane
I should've taken the train
We're on a lost plane
So forget it

We're on a lost plane
I should've taken the train
We're on a lost plane


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"Lost Planes" as written by Cyril Curnin Charles H Barrett

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