The song "Leaving On A Jet Plane" may have been made famous by Peter, Paul and Mary but it was actually written by high-like-the-Rockies John Denver while stuck in an airport waiting for his flight. It was such a hit for PP&M some people believe the John Denver version is the cover and not the other way around. After writing the song he named it "Oh Babe I Hate To Go" but that name was mercifully changed by one of his producers. We always took Liz Phair's "Stratford-on-Guy" from Exile in Guyville as the stuck-circling-Chicago-O'Hare equivalent of Denver's song, but maybe that's us. Ben highlighted the trouble with flying your car on this plane-crazed day and Graverobber had an airborne song of his own to match.