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Listen to the rain (1990)
(Ewing / Sampson)

Listen to the rain
There’s something in the rhythm
Something so inviting in the music that it makes
As it whispers on the window
Like a voice inside my heart
I hear it begging me to stay
How can we deny
There is anything but right
Just listen, listen to the rain.

Listen to your heart
Tell me what you need
I can feel it beating as it thunders in the dark
As the storm outside grows stronger
I can’t take it any longer
Let me hold you in my arms
And let the passion rage
There’s no need to be afraid
Just listen, listen to the rain..

Flashes of desire fill the sky
As I watch the lighting dance within your eyes
And the rain just keeps on playing as refrain
Oh, echo in the love we just made
While we listen.

Listen to the rain
It hasn’t quite stopped falling
And the distant wind is calling as we slowly drift away
Baby, close your eyes, and here is lullaby
Just listen, listen to the rain.

How can we deny ...



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