Coming Into Los Angeles

Arlo Guthrie

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Coming in from London from over the 
Pole,
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flying in a big airliner.
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Chickens flying everywhere around 
the plane,
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could we ever feel much finer?

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Coming into Los Angeles, 
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bringing in a couple of keys,
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don´t touch my bags, if you 
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please, Mister Customs Man.

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There´s a guy with a ticket to 
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Mexico,
F C E no, he couldn´t look much stranger. Am C D Walking in the hall with his things and all, F C E smiling that he was the lone ranger. Am C D Am Coming into Los Angeles, C D bringing in a couple of keys, Am C D don´t touch my bags, if you F C E please, Mister Customs Man. ( Am C D F C E Am C D F C E ) Am C D Am Coming into Los Angeles, C D bringing in a couple of keys, Am C D don´t touch my bags, if you F C E please, Mister Customs Man. Am C D Hip woman walking on a moving floor, F C E tripping on the escalator. Am C There´s a man in the line, and D he´s blowing his mind. F C E thinking that he´s already made her. Am C D Am Coming into Los Angeles, C D bringing in a couple of keys, Am C D don´t touch my bags, if you F C E Am please, Mister Customs Man.
Composición: Arlo GuthrieColaboración y revisión: Laertes Jocoski