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Neal McCoy

Storm clouds, storm clouds
Used to dog me everywhere I'd go
Time was, I was running from them
Down these dusty roads
Somehow those clouds drove me to your door
And Honey, I'm not running anymore
Well, I used to curse the thunder
I used to run for cover when it came
But since I let it strike me
I never looked at lightening quite the same
Now I pray for rain
Sunshine, sunshine
Won't you go and come another day
Give my love and I a reason to stay in and play
Oh, while the full winds seem so gloomy without you
But holding her has changed my point of view
Well, I used to curse the thunder
I used to run for cover when it came
But since I let it strike me
I never looked at lightening quite the same
Now I pray for rain
Now I pray for rain
Now I pray for rain
Now I pray for rain
Now I pray for rain
Now I pray for rain
Now I pray for rain
Well, I used to curse the thunder
I used to run for cover when it came
But since I let it strike me
I never looked at lightening quite the same
Now I pray for rain
Now I pray for rain
Now I pray for rain
Now I pray for rain
Now I pray for rain
Now I pray for rain
Now I pray for rain
Now I pray for rain
Now I pray for rain
Now I pray for rain

Written by TEREN, GEORGE G. III / SATTERFIELD, LEE
Published by Universal Music Publishing Group, EMI Music Publishing

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