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      Kentucky Rain (Alternate Take 9)

      Kentucky Rain (Alternate Take 9)

      Elvis Presley

      Album: The Essential 60s Masters I, CD5

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      Elvis Presley - Kentucky Rain (Alternate Take 9) Música y Letra

      Seven lonely days and a dozen towns ago
      I reached out one night and you were gone
      Don't know why you'd run, what you're running to or from
      All I know is I want to bring you home
      
      So I'm walking in the rain, thumbing for a ride
      On this lonely Kentucky back road
      I've loved you much too long, my love's too strong
      To let you go, never knowing what went wrong
      
      Kentucky rain keeps pouring down
      And up ahead's another town that I'll go walking through
      With the rain in my shoes (Rain in my shoes)
      Searching for you
      In the cold Kentucky rain
      In the cold Kentucky rain
      
      Showed your photograph to some old gray-bearded men
      Sitting on a bench outside a general store
      They said, "Yes, she's been here"
      But their memory wasn't clear
      Was it yesterday?
      No, wait, the day before
      
      Finally got a ride with a preacher man who asked
      "Where you bound on such a cold dark afternoon?"
      As we drove on through the rain, as he listened, I explained
      And he left me with a prayer that I'd find you
      
      Kentucky rain keeps pouring down
      And up ahead's another town that I'll go walking through
      With the rain in my shoes (Rain in my shoes)
      Searching for you
      In the cold Kentucky rain
      In the cold Kentucky rain
      In the cold Kentucky rain
      In the cold Kentucky rain
      In the cold Kentucky rain
      In the cold Kentucky rain
      In the cold Kentucky rain

      Elvis Presley - Kentucky Rain (Alternate Take 9) Música y Letra

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