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It's Just The Night lyrics

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Del McCoury – It's Just The Night lyrics

Daylight fades the evening darkness falls
Tree's look just creatures
In shadows on the wall
I can see how it might scare
A woman who's out alone
Don't you worry none
Cause I'd walk you home

Chorus:
It may seem a little spooky
But it's all right
Don't you worry now
It's just the night
It's just the night

Bats come out
When the moon is in the sky
You hear a hoot owl in the distance
And you tremble inside
When the moon is full
Some say it's a sign from hell
You could wind up a victim
Under some kind of evil spell

Chorus:
It may seem a little spooky
But it's all right
Don't you worry now
It's just the night
It's just the night

Wicked wind a blowin'
Makes the shadows dance around
The cracks in the sidewalk
Look like snakes on the ground
You see lightning flash
And you hea some thunder roar
You walk a little bit faster
Trying to make it to your door

Chorus:
It may seem a little spooky
But it's all right
Don't u worry now
It's just the night
It's just the night



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