"Come Take a Trip in My Airship" as written by and George Evans Ren Shields....
Once, I loved a sailor
Once, a sailor loved me
But he was not a sailor
that sailed on the wide blue sea
He, sailed in an airship
Sailed like a bird on the wind
And every evening at midnight
he would come to my window and sing

Come take a Trip in my Airship
come sail away to the stars
We'll travel to Venus
we'll sail away to Mars
No one will see while we're kissing
No one will know as we swoon
So come take a Trip in my Airship
and we'll visit the Man in the Moon

One night while sailing away from the crowds
we passed by the Milky White Way
While idly drifting, watching the stars
he asked if I'd name the day
Just by the Dipper, I gave him my heart
the sun shone on our honeymoon
We swore to each other, we never would part
and we'd teach all the babies this tune

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"Come Take a Trip in My Airship" as written by Ren Shields G. Evans


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