Despite she hating flying, Donald convinces a reluctant Ann to fly to Vermont for their weekend getaway rather than drive. Donald's old air force pilot friend Jon offered the flight, which makes Ann even more nervous that they will be flying in a small private plane and that she will get to see everything that is going on in the cockpit. During the flight, they hit some stormy weather and Jon mentions that he is flying using visual references only as he was in the process of rewiring the control panel. Ann's life flashes before her eyes, which she believes is an omen that something bad will happen. As Ann drifts off into a nervous slumber thinking more about her and Donald's past time together, will her premonitions comes true?
Did You Know?
In the tease, in place of the title, Ann says "Not this girl," because she doesn't want to fly. See more
Lyrics by Sam Denoff
Music by Earle Hagen
Performed by Chorus See more