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A long time ago, a million years B.C.
The best things in life were absolutely free
But no one appreciated a sky that was always blue
And no one congratulated, moon that was always new

So it was planned that they would vanish now and then
And you must pay before you get them back again
That's what storms were made for
But you shouldn't be afraid for

Every time it rains
It rains pennies from heaven
Don't you know each cloud
Contains pennies from heaven

You'll find your fortune's falling all over town
Make sure that your umbrella is upside down
Trade them for a package of sunshine and flowers
'Cause if you want the things you love, you must have showers

So if you hear it thunder, don't run under a tree
There'll be pennies from heaven for you and me
So if you hear it thunder, don't run under a tree
There'll be pennies from heaven for you and me
There'll be pennies from heaven for you and me



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