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The moment it breaks
I go to the window
And put out the fire
And climb back out

The moment it blows
I run in for shelter
And turn out the lights
And turn out the lights

It's only hard in the morning
When it pours in May
And there's no sign of sun
There's just too much rain
It's only hard in the evening
When June crickets sing
And sing

The moment it shines
I go to the window
And pull down the shades
And close the blinds

It's only hard in the daytime
When a hot July
Makes you scream for nighttime
And a lonely bed
It's only hard
It's only hard

(Instrumental)

It's only hard in the morning
When it pours in May
And there's no sign of sun
There's just too much rain
It's only hard in the evening
When June crickets sing
And sing and sing and sing
Till August



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