My Little Airport Lyrics

Genre: Pop

My Little Airport Lyrics - by Popularity

1 When the Party Is Over, I Miss My Dear Pornstar
2 Because I Was Too Nervous At That Time
3 Leo,are You Still Jumping Out of the Window In Expensive Clothes
4 You Don't Wanna Be My Girlfriend, Phoebe
5 Edward, Had You Ever Thought That the End of the World Would Com
6 Dee, It May All End Tomorrow
7 I Don't Know How To Download Good Av Like Iris Does
8 Josephine's shop
9 Debbie, Don't Send This Song To Others
10 Gigi Leung Is Dead
11 When I Listen To The Field Mice
12 Victor, Fly Me to Stafford
13 Audrey, About Scenery
14 在動物園散步才是正經事
15 Leo, Are You Still Jumping Out of Windows In Expensive Clothes?
16 Faye Wong, About Your Eyebrows
17 My Little Fish
18 Edward, Had You Ever Thought That the End of the World Would Come On 20.9.01?
19 Song Of Depression
20 Dolly And Bb Will Not Wake Up Anymore
21 The Ok Thing to Do On Sunday Afternoon Is to Toddle In the Zoo
22 Take Me As Rucheng Zhang
23 Pak Tin Shopping Center
24 My Little K And J
25 Gi Gi Leung Is Dead
26 Your Smile Is Like A Flower
27 Je Pense A Toi
28 How Can You Fall In Love With A Guy Who Doesn’t Know Gainsbourg?
29 Spring Is In Carriage
30 Frankie Wants To Be Alone
31 Love Is Not A Romantic Song
32 I Don’t Know How To Download Good AV Like Iris Does
33 Japan實瓜
34 How Can You Fall In Love With a Guy Who Doesn't Know Gainsbourg?
35 You Smile Like A Blossom
36 Leo, Are You Still Jumping Out of the Windows in Expensive Clothes-
37 If You Bring Me To the Party
38 Mountaintop, Doll, Lollypop
39 Coka, I'm Fine
40 when the party is over, i miss my dear porn star
41 My Little Banana

My Little Airport Bio

Hong Kong-based indie pop band. Their lyrics are marked by spelling, grammar, and rhythm inflected by Hong Kong English. Ah P (Lam Pang) writes the lyrics and the music, which he also plays, while Nicole (Nicole Au Kin-ying) sings. They occasionally invite friends (Ah Suet, who speaks French, for instance) or relatives (Nicole's younger sister) to participate to their albums and shows. They established Harbour Records with four other indie bands from Hong Kong, and on it released their 2004 debut album the ok thing to do on sunday afternoon is to toddle in the zoo. In 2006 they joined Elefant Records, hoping to gain distribution beyond Hong Kong's small indie fanbase.