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Going To Barbados English Medium

by Typically Tropical

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and gentlemen
This is captain Tobias Wilcock you aboard
Coconut Airways flight 372 to Bridgetown Barbados
We will be flying at a height of 32000 feet
And at an airspeed of approximately 600 miles per hour
Refreshments will be after take-off
Kindly fasten your safety belts
And refrain from smoking until the aircraft is airborne
(Woah) I'm going to Barbados
(Woah) to the palm trees
(Woah) I'm going to see my girlfriend
(Woah) In the sunny sea
I don't be bus driver
All my life
I've seen too much of Brixton town
In the night
Fly away on Coconut Airways
Fly me high, Barbados sky
I up at the sky
And I see the clouds
I look down at the ground
And I see the rain go down the drain
Fly on Airways
Fly me high, Barbados sky
(Woah) I'm going to Barbados
(Woah) Back to the palm trees
(Woah) I'm going to see my girlfriend
(Woah) In the Carribean sea
Far away London town and the rain
It's really nice to be home again
Mary Jane met the Coconut airplane
Now I know, she loves me so
(Woah) I'm going to Barbados
(Woah) Back to the palm trees
(Woah) I'm to see my girlfriend
(Woah) In the sunny Carribean sea
and gentlemen, we are now commencing
Our approach into Barbados
The weather is fine, with approximate temperature
Of ninety degrees Fahrenheit
The sky is blue
And the palm trees are cool
Captain and his crew
Hope you have had a pleasant flight
And you will fly Coconut Airways again
(Woah) I'm to Barbados
(Woah) to the palm trees
(Woah) I'm to see my girlfriend
(Woah) In the sunny sea
(Woah) I'm going to Barbados
(Woah) to the trees
(Woah) I'm going to see my girlfriend
(Woah) In the Carribean sea
(Woah) I'm to Barbados
(Woah) Back to the palm trees
(Woah) I'm going to see my girlfriend
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