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This morning it was summer
By noon a cold front building
Where did you go?
Where did you go?

I got to find some shelter
'Cos any minute now
it's gonna blow
It's gonna blow

But I don't mind the rain
So strike me once again:
I've got nothing to lose

And it looks like we are in for stormy weather
with death and destruction coming through
Oh, look out there she blows
Now everybody knows:
Stormy weather always makes me think of you

And watch out 'cos the storm is coming through

But you're so still and silent
Whilst everything's dissolving
Melting away, melting away

But I don't mind the rain
So strike me once again
I got nothing to lose

Yeah, it looks like we are in for stormy weather
with death and destruction coming through
Oh, look out there she blows
Now everybody knows:
Stormy weather always makes me think of you

Oh and it looks like we are in for stormy weather
with death and destruction coming through
Oh, look out there she blows
Now everybody knows:
Stormy weather always makes me think of you

And watch out 'cos this storm is coming through
Yeah, watch out 'cos the storm is coming through



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