Plane Song

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  • As a teenager, the Georgian-born Katie Melua moved to Redhill, England. According to a November 2016 article titled "Mellifluous Melua" in Surrey Downs Magazine, in this song "Katie recalls playing with her brother in the rusty Soviet aircraft that littered Georgian fields after the civil war of the early 1990s."
  • This downtempo acoustic number from her In Winter album is a song Ralph McTell could have written, the obvious comparison is "Barges," in which the Home Counties folk artist reminisces about his boyhood adventures with his brother. >>
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    Alexander Baron - London, England, for above 2
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