Immigration Song

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"Immigration Song"
Immigration Song cover
Song by Ozma
Album The Doubble Donkey Disc
Released 2001
Length 4:59
Label Kung Fu Records
Writer(s) Jose Galvez
Producer Bruce Witkin
Status Officially released
The Doubble Donkey Disc track listing
"Maybe in an Alternate Dimension"
(7)
"Immigration Song"
(8)
"Flight of the Bootymaster"
(9)

"Immigration Song" is the eighth track from The Doubble Donkey Disc.

Appearances

Overview

Most notable for being the first Ozma song written and sung wholly by Jose Galvez.

Audio

Lyrics

So it ends
Round and round the propeller spins
Seat backs up no tray tables down
No turning back to this country town

I already knew blue-eyed girl
Would be halfway around the world
I already knew blue-eyed girl
Would be halfway around the world

Break it down for a brother
Tell me now where we're bound
I Can't wait for another
Another way to get down

Air is thin
Round and round the propellers spin
Round and round like a carousel
Round and round feeling not as well

I already knew blue-eyed girl
Would be halfway around the world
I already knew blue-eyed girl
Would be halfway around the world

And I can feel it in these undertones
A fair, light one to have alone
And I can see it in the lights below
Pilots, mechanics take me home

See also