Rain song lyrics flood: Plap, Plop, Plip: Weatherman, all this rain, sunshine, Seattle rainfall, mud floods.  MickTerry.com

Rain song lyrics flood: Plap, Plop, Plip: Weatherman, all this rain, sunshine, Seattle rainfall, mud floods.  MICK TERRY
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( Rain song lyrics: flood )
PLAP, PLOP, PLIP
Copyright 2005 - MickTerry.com

( With all due respect & sympathy for all flood
victims, survivors, rescuers & loved ones )

I don't pretend to know much about life
and even less about the weather.
Whether or not I know from diddly-squat,
we've had an awful lot of rain.
It's not my nature to grumble and gripe,
but now it ain't been getting better.
Weatherman promised we'd see sunshine soon.
Now it's more of the same again.

    PLAP, PLOP, PLIP. It's thinned to a constant drip
    If only for the moment 'til the next cloud closes in.
    PLoP, PLiP, PLeP. You'd better watch your step.
    You could land right in a pothole where you'd be
    up to your neck.

We've got the mud sliding down from the hills.
We've got the floods out in the valley.
Tally them up: we've lost a lot of stuff,
all floating down to the sea.
I've got a neighbor that's building a boat
and he's been talking "arks" and "cubits".
He's got his back yard filled with animals,
but he won't save a seat for me.

    CHORUS

        What is it with all this rain?
        We've had enough for another ocean.
        One week and we've had more rainfall
        than Seattle got all last year.
        Nowhere for it all to drain,
        now that it's filled everywhere that's open.
        It doesn't seem to be stopping:
        forty days and nights of heaven's tears.

    CHORUS

Copyright 2000  MICK TERRY  Silent Tree Music  All rights reserved
[ Reprinted here by permission of the composer-lyricist ]   BMI
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Rain song flood lyrics: Plap, Plop, Plip song: Weatherman mud rainfall. Brier Patch Ramble Magazine: Ain't Poetry, Dammit! 4-1-15 Brier Patch Ramble Magazine  (Ain't Poetry, Dammit!)  4-1-15

To other rain song lyrics:   OF COURSE, IT HAD TO RAIN
To other water disaster song lyrics:   FILLING THE TUB
To other real life tragedy song lyrics:   HELL ON WATER
To other mudslide song lyrics:   HARD TIMES IN MALIBU BLUES
To other natural disaster song lyrics:   (MINE) IF I COULD BREATHE
(TORNADO) TORNADO ALLEY
(EARTHQUAKE) THE BIG ONE
(TSUNAMI) WHEN THE WAVE CAME
(HURRICANE) THE GOOD, THE BAD, & THE UGLIEST
(WILDFIRE) MAKING THE WORST (OF A BAD SITUATION)
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