Johnson's Aeroplane Lyrics

from The Swing

"Johnson's Aeroplane" is track #7 on the album The Swing. It was written by Farriss, Andrew Charles.
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Four long lines one darker than the rest
Each one has a purpose making borders on the land
Farmer's pride you know he works real hard
From a small aeroplane you can see the fields

Heart shaped hedges Japanese gardens
Heart shaped hedges Japanese gardens

A place to work and grow
A place to work and grow
A place to work and grow
A place to work and grow

Four long years one leaner than the rest
The animals are thin and the pasture's dry
Farmer's pride if the weather doesn't lie
From a small aeroplane you can see the sea
Lots of blue, very deep blue

A place to work and grow
A place to work and grow
A place to work and grow
A place to work and grow

Johnson sees the fields from all the sides
Steel machines and black tar roads
Countryside where the spirit never dies
In his face all the history shows
Farmer's pride as the rains came down

A place to work and grow
A place to work and grow
A place to work and grow
A place to work and grow

Heart shaped hedges Japanese gardens
Heart shaped hedges Japanese gardens
Heart shaped hedges Japanese gardens
Heart shaped hedges Japanese gardens

A place to work and grow
A place to work and grow

Songwriters
FARRISS, ANDREW CHARLES

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