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‘Somewhere Over the Airport’

(hum along to “Somewhere Over the Rainbow”)

Somewhere over the airport
Airplanes fly
Planes fly over the rainbow
Why then, oh why can’t I?

Some day I’ll board a jet
And wake up where the cars are far behind me
Where troubles melt like lemondrops
Away above San Diego Bay
SDIA’s where you’ll find me…

— hubandspoke78

The song above started life as a mere comment from “hubandspoke78” on Dennise’s “Somehwere under the rainbow…” post below, from yesterday. But it was so creative we thought it deserved a post of it’s own! It is presented here along with another of Dennise’s beautiful pictures that inspired it.


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