"Parachute" as written by Lamont Pierre Heath, Paul Shelton, Nicholas Gross, Michael Riley and Anthony Patrick Vasquez....
Take your parachute and jump
You can't stay here forever
When everyone else is gone
Being all alone won't seem that clever
Take your parachute and go
There's gonna have to be some danger
Take your parachute and jump
You're gonna have to take flight

If the wind don't catch you, I will, I will
If the wind's not there, I'm here

Don't look out before you
You know it's a long way down
I'll make it safer for you
Your parachute won't let you down
Take your parachute and go
And maybe come back tomorrow
Take your parachute, I am
Stop you ever getting sorrow

'Cause the winds might change
And the winds might blow over you
And the winds might cut you in two
Unless perhaps you get a raincoat

Take your parachute and go
And wave to me as you are falling
Take your parachute and jump
You'll hear a sound - it's just me calling
It's a beautiful day for jumping
And nothing's here to keep you back
I'll make it safer for you
Your parachute is on your back

'Cause the winds might change
And the winds might change
Take a parachute, I am
And jump
(The wind should come and catch you)
And jump
(Before you hit the ground)
And jump
(The wind should come and catch you)
And jump
(Before you hit the ground)
Jump
Take your parachute


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"Parachute" as written by Paul Shelton Lamont Pierre Heath

Lyrics © EMI Music Publishing, Universal Music Publishing Group

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