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L A International Airport Recorded by Susan Raye Written by Leanne Scott
C Standing in that silent hall waiting for that final call G7 Says he doesn't love me anymore Shaking hands I pack a bag trembling voice I call a cab C Slowly I start walking to the door The cab arrives he blows his horn I stumble out in the early morn G7 Tell him of a place I've got to go Hit a hundred signal lights theater belts in a traffic fight C Getting through these doors has been so slow C7 F G7 C L A International Airport where the big jet engines roar Dm G7 C L A International Airport I won't see him anymore A stewardess in a miniskirt a hippie in a leather shirt G7 A starlet on the way to Naples Rome While I'm wondering where it's at I see a Paris diplomat G7 College kids are trying to get back home Baggage car goes quickly by see my case and I start to cry G7 Stumble to the lounge to be alone And while I'm trying to get some rest I bite my lips and try my best C To fight the pain that's making me leave home repeat #3 With silver wings across the sky vapor trails that wave goodbye G7 To those below who've got to stay at home I wish that I had flown at night so I could take that champagne flight C Rid myself of every tear I own
Soaring high above the heavens in a 747 G7 Fighting back the tears that curse my eyes Captain's voice so load and clear amplifies into my ear C Assuring me I'm flying friendly skies repeat #3
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