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Flight Tonight
The Avalanches Lyrics


Avalanche rock
Jamaica, Jamaica, Jamaica
Jamaica, Jamaica, Jamaica
Jamaica, Jamaica, Jamaica
Jamaica, Jamaica, Jamaica

The book of flight to Miami Beach
The book of flight to Miami Beach
The book of flight to Miami Beach
The book of flight to Miami Beach

Jamaica, Jamaica, Jamaica
Jamaica, Jamaica, Jamaica
Jamaica, Jamaica, Jamaica
Jamaica, Jamaica, Jamaica

The book of flight tonight
The book of flight tonight
The book of flight tonight
The book of flight tonight

Jamaica, Jamaica, Jamaica
Jamaica, Jamaica, Jamaica

Word up, here we go,
Yo, ahh, yo, yo, the DJ Dexter,
Here's the Saian Supa Crew, like from Paris

?

Jamaica, Jamaica, Jamaica
Jamaica, Jamaica, Jamaica

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
Written by: ROBERT CHATER, DARREN SELTMANN, BILLY ROWE, DAVID JOLICOEUR, FREDDY STONEWALL, HENRY LAWES, HENRY STONE, HUBERT ROBERTS, KELVIN MERCER, LAWRENCE DERMER, PAUL PRINCE, VINCENT MASON

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Tomas Horn

Jamaica, Jamaica, Jamaica
Jamaica, Jamaica, Jamaica
Jamaica, Jamaica, Jamaica
Jamaica, Jamaica, Jamaica

The book of flight to Miami Beach
The book of flight to Miami Beach
The book of flight to Miami Beach
The book of flight to Miami Beach

Jamaica, Jamaica, Jamaica
Jamaica, Jamaica, Jamaica
Jamaica, Jamaica, Jamaica
Jamaica, Jamaica, Jamaica

The book of flight tonight
The book of flight tonight
The book of flight tonight
The book of flight tonight

Jamaica, Jamaica, Jamaica
Jamaica, Jamaica, Jamaica

Word up, here we go,
Yo, ahh, yo, yo, the DJ Dexter,
Here's the Saian Supa Crew, like from Paris

?

Jamaica, Jamaica, Jamaica
Jamaica, Jamaica, Jamaica



All comments from YouTube:

Super Saumon

2:29 being french the first time I heard this I was freaking out to stumble upon a Saïan Supa Crew VHS street freestyle sampled by some Australian dudes in the year 2000 when the internet was just getting started. One more reason why this album is truly unique.

Alexander

Checking in to say this song is so catchy, and this album is one of the most under-rated in the 21st century.

Brandon Adams

fsho

bobbygnosis

I couldn't possibly agree more. I bought this on a whim for $5 days before release. I think it was one of those radio releases; I took a chance on it because I heard one of the tracks on a local radio station. That was one of the best impulse purchases I've ever made in my life. It's somehow pleasant, bad-ass and uplifting all at the same time.

Emi Starnick

The only thing I hate about the Avalanches, and this song too it's that they make such brilliance in super-tiny bits that last only for like 5 secounds, then they move on to another brilliant part, while you still try to absorb the last one, and then another, and another...

Pure brilliance.

Rone

I love the subtle nod to Prince Paul and his work with De La Soul in the sample (it's from the De La Feature on the track More Than U Know from Prince Paul's solo album Prince Amongst Thieves). Sure, it's a cool, rhythmic clip (though I must say, great respect to them for using it as such an integral part of the beat), but also I think it's indicative of how much they inspired the avalanches, something that's not exactly surprising considering how much De La and Paul did for sampling.
There's a second little nod in their second album, right at the end of Frankie Sinatra, where a kid goes "Where ya bin man", which is a sample from De La Soul is Dead (I think it's the intro?).
I love the little audio nods.

Christian Trigos

i cant get this song out of my head!! but its badass

ienjoytimesplitters

I always thought she said "Jamaica, Jamaica, Jamaica."

Dozer LA

The grooves samples Sylvester's "Rock the Box!"

ZeNoodle

And I gotta book a flight tonight, AAAH

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