Outbound plane Suzy Bogguss
[E] [B] [A] [B] [E] [B] [A] [B] [E] [E]I don't want to be standing here with this [B]ticket for this [A]outbound plane[E]
Cause I've been here before and some[B]how it doesn't [A]feel the same.[E]
But talk is cheap and we could [B]talk all night [A]long and we may[E]
Never figure out just [B]where our love went [A]wrong.
And I [A]don't want to be standing here and [G#m]I don't want to be talking here
And [F#m]I don't really care who's to blame[Bii]
Cause if [E]love won't [B]fly on it's [A]own free will[G#m]
It's going to [F#m]catch that [Bii]outbound [E]plane.
[E]The old folks say that love's not for[B]ever any[A]more
Because these [E]young people walk away from [B]love, alone to[A] pace the floor[E].
Young or old I say that [B]love is still the [A]same
And you may [E]walk away from love but you [B]won't fall over [A]heels again.
[A]Two lonely hearts in this [G#m]airport knowing,
[F#m]Neither one cares where the other [Bii]heart is going
But if [E]love won't [B]fly on it's [A]own free [G#m]will
it's going to [F#m]catch that out[Bii]bound [E]plane.
[E]That frown you're wearing's just your [B]halo turned [A]upside down.[E]
Where's the laughter we once [B]shared back in the [A]lost and found?[E]
These broken wings are going to [B]leave me here to [A]stand my ground
And [E]you can have this ticket, that [A]lonely plane is [B]flying out.