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Planes-fire-rescue
Runway Romance
Song Information
Recorded by

Brad Paisley

Written by

Bobs Gannaway
Danny Jacob

Album

Planes: Fire & Rescue

Length

2:44

Used in

Planes: Fire & Rescue

"Runway Romance" is a song that is sung by Brad Paisley, and written by Bobs Gannaway and Danny Jacob.[1] It is used in Planes: Fire & Rescue, first heard in the scene taking place at the Honkers bar, and is later heard again in the film's closing credits.

Lyrics

I was making my descent, to the old "BNA"
At gate number three, Concourse A
And on my radar, there I saw
A wide-body jet make me pitch and yaw

My runway romance
At gate number three
My runway romance, she runs
Away from me

She was clearly first class, and I was coach
With stabilizers on, still made my approach
Then turbulence hit, to lay, to evolve
And when the weather cleared, she done took off

My runway romance
At gate number three
My runway romance, she runs
Away from me

She said that I had too much baggage
And she was traveling light
And she has reservation
So she went, and canceled our flight

My runway romance
At gate number three
My runway romance, she runs
My runway romance, so quick to depart
My runway romance, the wind and out of my heart

References

  1. LISTEN: 'All In' by Brad Paisley from 'Planes: Fire & Rescue'

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