"Airport Song" as written by and Christopher John Simpson....
Sitting in the airport lounge
I'm waiting for a plane
Everything is grounded
For the fog is down again
I should be leaving in the morning
On a flight for Singapore

With a guitar and a suitcase and a face
In a photograph

Dozing with a coffee and a drooping cigaret
And the dog eared Sunday supplement
And still I can't forget
I should be leaving in a morning
On a plane bound for the sun

With a guitar and a suitcase and a face
In a photograph

The hands on the clock
TUrn around and around
Dragging past the hours
'Till the dawing of the day
And the girl in information
With her eyes on half the nation
She's turning with a smile to break the news

I cannot quite believe it
But I thought I heard her say
"The customs all have woken up
The fog is on it's way"
So I'll be leaving in the morning
On a plane bound for the sun

With a guitar and a suitcase and a face
In a photograph

Yes, I'll be leaving in the morning
On a plane bound for the sun


Lyrics submitted by FlyingDutchman

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