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The Ronettes – Walking In The Rain lyrics

I want him, and I need him
And someday, someway whoa, whoa, whoa, I'll meet him
He'll be kind of shy, and real good lookin' too
And I'll be certain he's my guy, by the things he'll like to do

Like walking in the rain (like walking in the rain)
And wishing on the stars (and wishing on the stars) up above
And being so in love

When he's near me, I'll kiss him
And when he leaves me, whoa, whoa, whoa, I'll miss him
Though sometimes we'll fight, but, I won't really care
And I'll know it's gonna be alright, cause we've got so much we share

Like walking in the rain (like walking in the rain)
And wishing on the stars (and wishing on the stars) up above
And being so in love

(Johnny) no, no, he'll never do
(Bobby) no, it isn't him too
They would never, no they'd never, never, ever love

Walking in the rain (like walking in the rain)
And wishing on the stars (and wishing on the stars) up above
And being so in love
Oh, Oh, Oh, Where can he be?
Oh, oh, ooo
I’ve been wishin’ and hopin’
When he will appear
Ooh, oh, oooo



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