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Daryl Hall & John Oates – 70's Scenario lyrics

In bed sittin and reading by the t. v. light
Stay away from the window, thunder and lighting
And the rain, the rain keeps fallin down
Thats something that hasnt changed
Yeah, theres something inside me, its quiet when it rains
At the end of the rainbow, there aint no pot of gold
And the light in the morning, hardly ever shows
Aint no easy living, everybody knows
And its all around us........
70s scenario
She called me a prisoner, in a prison of the mass
She said acceptance from the future, is freedom from the past
And I laugh, and say thats alright
Things really aint that tough
As long as Im still able, to turn the t.v. off
At the end of the rainbow, there aint no pot of gold
And the light in the morning, hardly ever shows
Aint no reason living, everybody knows
And its all around us........
70s scenario
At the end of the rainbow, there aint no pot of gold
And the light in the morning, hardly ever shows
Aint no reason living, everybody knows
And its all around us........
70s scenario



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