"Willy's Song" as written by and Rayland Baxter Lane Abernathy....
Will was from Birmingham
Had the world in his hand
An office job, a bank account, and a pretty wife
Friday would come too soon
He would fly to the moon
His old Lady never knew
What he was talkin about
Don't you fly away boy
Don't you fly away
Don't you fly away boy
Everything will be OK

Monday and he's back to work
Shiny shoes, a tie and a shirt
Everybody loved him so
He had a beautiful smile
A good rapport, a pat on the back
Got his name on the company plaque
But nobody seemed to know
That willy could fly
Willy was a noble man
When he lived in Birmingham
But he was losin his mind
IN a world of his own
Willy left on a rainy day
Wings spread & wind in his face
But nobody knew that Willy could fly


Lyrics submitted by jtk1993

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