If you weren't already in the mood for Ireland's Six Nations opener against Scotland, this is sure to do it.
Ireland kick start their campaign in Murrayfield later this afternoon.
Floods of eager fans have made their way across the Irish Sea to Murrayfield in Edinburgh.
But one group were greeted with an extra special welcome when they boarded this Aer Lingus Dublin to Edinburgh flight.
Instead of he usual mundane announcements, the captain on flight EI3254 opted for a more alternative message.
"If you look out to your left, you’ll see a lonely prison wall. Passengers seated to the right meanwhile, can watch the small free birds fly".
"We'll shortly be attaining our cruising altitude over the Fields of Athenry, at which time our love will be on the wing – and the cabin crew will come around with dreams and songs to sing. Thank you".