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I hear the thunder, I know the rain is falling far. And the river is rising.
Watch these dark clouds come peeking off slow, "above the horizon"
Won't somebody rescue me, from the thunder and the lightning
Baby can you feel it, better believe it. Can you feel the rain fall down
Baby can you feel it ( Baby can you feel it )
Better believe it. Can you feel it the rain fall down
I'm off the tracks like a runaway train. Someone led me off of this line
And I heard Saint Peter calling my name. I got nowhere to hide
"Blinded and numb" and I don't know, how to put out a fire. Yeah
Won't somebody rescue me, from the thunder and the lightning
Baby can you feel it, better believe it. Can you feel the rain fall down
Baby can you feel it ( Baby can you feel it )
Better believe it. Can you feel it the rain fall down
Won't somebody rescue me, from the thunder and the lightning
Baby can you feel it, better believe it. Can you feel the rain fall down
Baby can you feel it ( Baby can you feel it )
Better believe it. Can you feel it the rain fall down
Won't somebody rescue me, from the thunder and the lightning
Baby can you feel it, better believe it. Can you feel the rain fall down
Baby can you feel it ( Baby can you feel it )
Better believe it. Can you feel it the rain fall down



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