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When that storm comes, don't run for cover,
When that storm comes, don't run for cover,
When that storm comes, don't run for cover,
Don't run from the coming storm, no there ain't no use in running.

When that rain falls, let it wash away,
When that rain falls, let it wash away,
When that rain falls, let it wash away,
Let it wash away, that falling rain, the tears and the troubles.

When those lights flash, and you hear that thunder roar,
When those lights flash, and you hear that thunder roar,
When those lights flash, and you hear that thunder roar,
Will you listen to that thunder roar and let your spirits soar.

When that love calls, open up your door,

When that love calls, open up your door,
When that love calls, open up your door,
You gotta stand on up and let it in, you gotta let love through your door.

*Instrumental interlude*

When that storm comes, don't run for cover,
When that storm comes, don't run for cover,
When that storm comes, don't run for cover,
Don't run from the coming storm, 'cause it can't keep a storm from coming.

Storm comes, (storm comin', yeah), don't run for cover,
When that storm comes, don't run for cover,
When that storm comes, (storm comin', yeah), don't run for cover,
No, don't run from the coming storm,
'Cause it can't keep a storm from coming.
(It can't keep a storm from coming.) *x8*



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