Quiet Before the Storm - Prima Donna

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Then
Now
Quiet Before the Storm
Words: Curtis  Music: Woody

As the sun is setting in the western sky
A man and his dog slowly walk by
But the birds have all stopped singing
And the bells have all stopped ringing

Main streets empty, not a sole in sight
Clouds in the sky dim the sunlight
The air so still no movement is seen
There’s a feeling of dread what can it all mean

Clouds grow darker heavy with rain
No one is stirring at Second and Main
The air is damp balmy and warm
The earth is now quiet
Quiet before the storm
Quiet Before the Storm
Words: Curtis  Music: Woody

As the sun sets in the western sky
A man and his dog slowly walk by
The air so still no movement is seen
There’s a feeling of dread what can this mean

Main Street’s empty, not a sole in sight
Clouds in the sky dim the sunlight
Now the birds have all stopped singing
Can they sense what fate is bringing?

(Solo)

Clouds grow darker heavy with rain
No one is stirring at Second and Main
The air is damp balmy and warm
The earth is now quiet
Quiet before the storm
 
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