"Listen to the Sky" as written by Paul Stewart, Robert Froeman, Ian Mc Clintock and Peter Hammerton....
Freddy Baker was an ordinary guy
So when he got the letter he was horrified
But he said goodbye

He filled out all the forms and the papers he could see
But when he got his uniform he wished he could be
With his family

Got into a plane and he vanished in the haze
His eyes were full of rain and his ears were full of praise
What a day
He's gone away

If you feel sad and wonder why
Close your eyes and listen to the sky

And then he lost an engine in the heat of the attack
He knew he couldn't do it but he tried to make it back
Then it all turned black

The soldiers found him lying in the wreckage of the plane
...took him to explain
It was not in vain

Someone took particulars and someone brought a box
Making sure he looked nice for his folks they changed his socks
What a day
He's gone away

If you feel sad and wonder why
Close your eyes and listen to the sky
Close your eyes and listen to the sky



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