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Listen to the Rain Lyrics

Artist: Kenny Rogers
Album: Back to the Well

Listen to the Rain

Early dawn, another lazy, stormy Monday morn,
Outside my ride is layin on the horn,
But I won€™t be torn, from your arms

Work can wait,
I call the boss and tell him I€™ll be late,
I€™ve been saving for this rainy day,
What do you say we stay at home,
And make love all day long,

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And let€™s just listen to the rain fall,
Music on the window pane, that€™s all;
Nothing ventured, nothing gained,
Just crawl back in bed,
Pull the covers overhead,
Me and you,
Like John and Yoko use to do,
Let€™s just listen to the rain

Life moves fast,
Let€™s find a way to make the moments last,
Forget the future, and forget the past,
Girl all I ask of you

Let€™s just listen to the rain fall,
Music on the window pane, that€™s all,
Nothing ventured, nothing gained;
Just crawl back in bed; pull the covers overhead
Me and you,
Like John and Yoko use to do

Let it pour, we€™ll hold each other let the thunder roar,
Love is never felt like this before,
And I need more of you

So let€™s just listen to the rain fall,
Music on the window pane, that€™s all,
Nothing ventured, nothing gained;
We€™ll crawl back in bed; pull the covers overhead
Me and you,
Like John and Yoko use to do

Just listen to the rain
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