Текст песни Billy Ray Cyrus - Runway Lights

Graduated from Lincoln HighSomehow I made my way through VMIJoined the Navy and I learned to flyThat's what I always dreamed ofThere's a hometown girl who wears my ringHer name is painted on my starboard wingTonight I'm half a world from everythingAnd everyone that I love.I wonder how the Yankees did tonightI sure hope grandma's doin' alrightI wish I knew what momma's cooking for supperI pray Jane had got my letter and knows how much I love herLord knows I got a job to doI just can't wait until it's throughI keep dreamin' bout that homebound flightLooking for those runway lights.

Grandpa did his part for Uncle SamDaddy did his time in VietnamNow I'm flying over sea and sandThrough unfriendly skiesMan if it was up to meI'd be touchin' down in TennesseeMy baby standing there waiting on meTears in her eyesI wonder how the Yankees did tonightI sure hope grandma's doin' alrightI wish I knew what momma's cooking for supperI pray Jane had got my letter and knows how much I love herLord knows I got a job to doI can't wait until it's throughI keep dreamin' bout that homebound flightLooking for those runway lights.Looking for those runway lights.Looking for those runway lights.
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