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​Lightning's Blues

This song is by John Gorka and appears on the album Between Five And Seven (1996).

Smokey the bear said only you can
Lightning said Smokey that's not true
Though sometimes I can't help myself
You know I strike at will, it's nothing personal

I'm just trying to get close enough
To see the face of love
To be in the face of love

One combination still impresses
Women, wind and summer dresses
Meet me underneath that hollow tree
I hope you don't mind if thunder follows me

There's Franklin's kite and Franklin's key
And Frankenstein they owe a debt to me
I've lit them up I've knocked them down
I've put them early underground

There are bolts for them out of the blue
Volts for us we'll hit the heights for you
I come by cloud, I come by storm
When the pressure drops, when cool meets warm

One combination still impresses
Women, wind and summer dresses
Meet me underneath that hollow tree
Hope you don't mind if thunder follows me

Lightning's blues (3X)

Written by:

John Gorka