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  • I could hear it through the line
    I could tell from the crack in her voice
    The static, the noise
    It's leaving on the nine
    But when it comes to you
    I'll do whatever I gotta do

    I'm looking out from my window seat
    Halfway back, aisle twenty three
    Man I wish that I could fly this thing
    Give a little more gas, a little more speed

    This seven-forty-seven can't go fast enough, fast enough
    This seven-forty-seven can't go fast enough, fast enough
    Every minute is wasted time
    She gets a little bit closer to saying goodbye
    This seven-forty-seven can't go fast enough, fast enough

    I could use a drink right now
    I've got my head in the clouds, thinking about
    Second that the wheels touch down
    And my feet hit the ground, I run to your house
    I knock on the door, kiss you right on the mouth

    This seven-forty-seven can't go fast enough, fast enough
    This seven-forty-seven can't go fast enough, fast enough
    Every minute is wasted time
    She gets a little bit closer to saying goodbye
    This seven-forty-seven can't go fast enough, fast enough

    I'm looking out from my window seat
    Halfway back, aisle twenty three
    Man I wish that I could fly this thing
    Give a little more gas, just a little more speed

    This seven-forty-seven can't go fast enough, fast enough
    This seven-forty-seven can't go fast enough, fast enough
    Every minute is wasted time
    She gets a little bit closer to saying goodbye
    This seven-forty-seven, seven-forty-seven, this seven-forty-seven
    Can't go fast enough, fast enough Writer/s: Cary Ryan Barlowe, Gordie Sampson, Caitlyn Elizabeth Smith
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Spirit Music Group, BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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  • Nelly.samantha from 9385 Oak Hollow DrThe smile that has been soaked in tears is the most brilliant, and the soul that comes out of the confusion is the most sober.
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