"Fear of Flying" as written by and Gordie/lindsey Sampson....
I've worn down these wheels so much that they don't even spin
And I've picked the lock to your heart as if I were trying to break in
You poor little thing, that ball and that chain must be ten thousand pounds
Must be dragging you down by now

So fly away, fly away like you've always wanted to do
Don't be afraid baby, I'll make it easy on you
And I'll be the strong one 'cause I love you still
If you can't say goodbye then baby I will
I hope someday you'll get over your fear of flying

We've been running from the truth so long that we can't catch our breath
Oh and now heartache and a bottle of whiskey is all we've got left
You poor little thing, locked up in your cage
And I'm not the one stepping on your wings

So fly away, fly away like you always wanted to do
Don't be afraid baby, I'll make it easy on you
Don't say a word and don't make a sound
Just get up and take your feet off the ground
I hope someday you'll get over your fear of flying

So fly away, fly away like you've always wanted to do
I'll say goodbye baby, I'll make it easy on you
Oh I love you and I hate you I miss you like Hell
But most of all baby I wish you well
And maybe one day I'll get over these tears I'm crying
Oh and someday you'll get over your fear of flying
Baby someday you'll get over your fear of flying


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"Fear of Flying" as written by Hillary Lindsey Gordie Sampson

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