Woody Allen Song

All the birds fell dead down from the cedar tree
When the crashing airplane briefly struck its needle leaves
There were scratches on the paint
There was scream and death and faint
The computers said the pilots were to blame

Now everybody thinks about the reason why
They think that it’s not over though they think they’ll die
Maybe this is not a plane
I am dancing in the rain
And sing along to „What’s My Age Again“

And my heart could swell no further
I had a premonition
Of the crash site tonight
Somewhere near the shore
Where the lightbugs glow
And whales meet up to sing
The air is calm
And the ocean is warm
And we won’t feel a thing

The highway’s filled with ghosts of all our friends
And you say is this really how this is supposed to end?
Oh couldn’t someone come here and paint the picture right?
In the Mexicali sundown twilight night?

My ice cream slowly melts and drips on the sidewalk
On Woody Allen’s face and specs painted with chalk
Right below his eyes, it looks as if he cries
And Alvy Singer took him by surprise

And I dreamed that both of them were on plain with me
And we laughed and talked and drank and watched the plain’s TV
It was a lucid dream,
I smelled the kerosine
And Woody asked do you know what I mean when I say that

My heart could swell no further
I had a premonition
Of the crash site tonight
Somewhere near the shore
Where the lightbugs glow
And whales meet up to sing
The air is calm
And the ocean is warm
And we won’t feel a thing

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