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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

C

I'd stand under the downspout, let the water cool my brain

C

I never thought to worry if the river rose too high

C

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

 

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

                   But now I am a man, I won't be hanging 'round too long

 

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

 

          But there's no where to run And there's no place to hide

          Where the water runs free And the mud starts to slide

 

          Where the water runs free And the mud starts to slide