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(Hymas / Brown)

Out of the sky the rain comes driving down
Washing away the hills of darkest brown
Heading out through another country town
White lace curtains
Something certainly gets into me
Call it jealousy
And when I'm so far away

Somewhere the light shines bright along the highway
Somewhere inside me
Somewhere above the night
And maybe you've gone your way
And I'll go my way
Somewhere inside me
Somewhere inside the night
Maybe it's dawn

Out of my heart my love comes falling free
Healing the pain that burns you and me
Heading towards another warm country
Smiles are dancing shades entrancingly
Gets into me
Call it fantasy
And when I'm so far away

Somewhere the light shines bright along the highway
Somewhere inside me
Somewhere above the night
And maybe you've gone your way
And I've gone my way
Somewhere inside me
Somewhere inside the night


Somewhere the light shines bright along the highway
Somewhere inside me
Somewhere above the night
And maybe you've gone your way
And I've gone my way
Somewhere inside me
Somewhere inside the night

And maybe it's dawn
In the city where I'll be
Maybe it's dawn
When you're near me



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