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Alison Krauss - No Place To Hide


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No Place To Hide
Allison Krauss & Union Station

C
When I was a child I used to love to watch the rain
I'd stand under the downspout, let the water cool my brain
I never thought to worry if the river rose too high
That all the seeds we planted would get washed out with the tide
	    F					   C
	But now I am a man, And I need a place to hide
			C					  D
	But there's no where to run, And there's no place to hide
			F				     C
	Where the water runs free, And the mud starts to slide

C
When I was a young man I could work through wind and rain
I never thought to worry, had no reason to complain
I thought that I standing on a rock so firm and strong
But was easy then to see just what was right and what was wrong
	    F						  C
	But now I am a man, I won't be hanging 'round too long

C
When I was a child I used to love to watch the rain
I'd stand under the downspout, let the water cool my brain
I never thought to worry if the river rose too high
That all the dreams we planted would get washed out with the tide

			C					D
	But there's no where to run, And there's no place to hide
			F					C
	Where the water runs free, And the mud starts to slide
			F					C
	Where the water runs free, And the mud starts to slide



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