DEPECHE MODE Freestate

DEPECHE MODE
Freestate Lyrics
I can hear your soul crying
Listen to your spirit sighing
I can feel your desperation
Emotional deprivation

Let yourself go
Let yourself go
Let your feelings show

Picking up the conversation
Deep in your imagination
Tune into the lonely voices
Talking of their only choices

Let yourself go
Let yourself go
Let your spirit grow

Step out of your cage
And onto the stage
It’s time to start
Playing your part
Freedom awaits
Open the gates
Open your mind
Freedom’s a state

I can taste the tears falling
The bitterness inside you calling
Yearning for a liberation
Emotional emancipation

Let yourself go
Let yourself go
Let your senses overflow

Step out of your cage
And onto the stage
It’s time to start
Playing your part
Freedom awaits
Open the gates
Open your mind
Freedom’s a state
Lyrics courtesy of: phonelyrics

4 thoughts on “DEPECHE MODE Freestate

  1. “Class G airspace:

    Class G airspace is a mantle of low lying airspace beginning at the surface. Class G is airspace that is completely uncontrolled and in which an ultralight flies most comfortably. This low lying blanket of uncontrolled airspace only ends when it meets Class B, C, D airspace, all of which extend to the ground at airports. Class E extends to the surface at some uncontrolled airports.

    Here is a source of unnecessary confusion: Class G space can be found at very high altitudes! Why? Because it follows the contour of the earth. It may extend from the surface upward to only 700 or 1200 AGL, but over high terrain like mountains it takes you up there in terms of mean sea level. In some areas of the country, mainly in the unpopulated West, Class G may extend up to 14,500 AGL.

    No ATC service is ever required (except for aircraft flying IFR) in Class G airspace. Since there are no restrictions on VFR flight in Class G, let “G” stand, if you will, for “Go-for It” airspace.

    Class G’s uncontrolled space follows the surface elevation and allows us to fly up to 700 or 1200 AGL in completely uncontrolled space; so, over a mountain that is, say, 10,000 feet high, we can stay in Class G airspace flying over the mountain, even at 10,000 plus feet MSL. If we find a mountain that rises to 14,500 MSL, we cannot fly over it and stay in Class G because G can go no higher than 14,500 MSL ever, anywhere. If you’re comfortable flying over very high mountains, there is no great problem in entering the overhanging Class E space. By the way, mountain flying is a specialized kind of flying that requires training and preparation. Although it’s legal, it may not be wise for the unprepared. There are plenty of ultralight pilots who live and fly at high elevations, so it may be worth the extra effort. Get specialized training.”

    Source – http://www.powerchutes.com/airspace2.asp

    I’ll have to do some more research on it, but it looks like a contact ops ultralight helo can legally fly in class g airspace at night without numbers or lights. 700 to 1,200 feet above ground level is plenty of airspace for light aerial crane, recon, fire support, evac and medivac use.

    Something with the power to operate above 15,000 feet with the structural integrity and flight controls for fully acrobatic flight at 100 mph is going to be one very high performance aircraft in the hands of somebody who knows what they’re doing. At close range in tight conditions it could go toe to toe with the most advanced military gunships on the planet in terms of flight performance.

    “Mosquito Helicopter Ballet”

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