L.A.International Airport

03:06
Penny Menze
2010-01-15
Leeanne Scott

Lyrics

L.A. International Airport Leeanne Scott Verse: Standing in that silent hall, waiting for that final call Says he doesn’t love me anymore Shaking hands I pack a bag, trembling voice I call a cab Slowly I start walking to the door Cab arrives he blows his horn, I stumble out in the early morn Tell him of a place I’ve got to go Hit a hundred signal lights, Theatre belts and a traffic fight Getting thru these doors has been so slow Chorus: L.A. International Airport, where the big jet engines roar L.A. International Airport, I won’t see him anymore Verse: A stewardess in a mini skirt, hippy in a leather shirt Started on the way to Naples, Rome While I’m wondering where it’s at I see a Paris diplomat College kids are trying to get back home Baggage cart goes quickly by I see my case and I start to cry Stumble to the lounge to be alone While I’m trying to get some rest, I bite my lips and try my best To fight the pain that’s making me leave home Chorus: L.A. International Airport, where the big jet engines roar L.A. International Airport, I won’t see him anymore Verse: With silver wings across the sky Vapor trails that wave goodbye To those below who’ve got to stay at home Wish that I had flown at night So I could take that champagne flight Rid my myself of every tear I own Soaring high above the heavens in a 737 Fighting back the tears that curse my eyes Captains voice so loud and clear Amplifies into my ear, assuring me I’m flying friendly sky’s Chorus: L.A. International Airport, where the big jet engines roar L.A. International Airport, I won’t see him anymore