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Weather With You

This song is by The King's Singers and appears on the album Spirit Voices (1997).

This song is a cover of "Weather With You" by Crowded House.
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Weather With You
Walking 'round the room singing Stormy Weather
At Fifty Seven Mount Pleasant Street
Well it's the same room but everything's different
You can fight the sleep but not the dream

Things ain't cookin' in my kitchen
Strange affliction wash over me
Julius Caesar and the Roman Empire
Couldn't conquer the blue sky

Well there's a small boat made of china
It's going nowhere on the mantlepiece
Well do I lie like a lounge-room lizard
Or do I sing like a bird released

Everywhere you go you always take the weather with you
Everywhere you go you always take the weather
Everywhere you go you always take the weather with you
Everywhere you go you always take the weather, the weather with you

Everywhere you go you always take the weather with you
Everywhere you go you always take the weather
Everywhere you go you always take the weather with you
Everywhere you go you always take the weather
Take the weather, the weather with you

Everywhere you go you always take the weather with you
Everywhere you go you always take the weather
Everywhere you go you always take the weather with you
Everywhere you go you always take the weather
Take the weather, the weather with you

Additional Song InfoEdit

This new interpretation by The King's Singers of the Crowded House classic features Gerry Beckley and Dewey Bunnell from the band America as guest lead vocals. Gerry also plays the bass, acoustic guitars and the mandolin. Their good friend, musician, engineer and producer, Hank Linderman, plays the acoustic and electric guitars. (http://www.accessbackstage.com/america/real/misc03.ram Listen to this song).

Written by:

Finn Brothers, Tim Finn and Neil Finn.

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