raining in baltimore Counting Crows
-- RAINING IN BALTIMORE -- Counting Crows Dm Bb C Am7 This circus is falling down on its knees Dm F C Am7 The big top is crumbling down Dm Bb C Am7 It's raining in Baltimore fifty miles east Dm Bb C Am7 Where you should be, no one's around Bb F I need a phone call Bb F I need a raincoat Bb F I need a big love Bb F I need a phone call These train conversations are passing me by And I don't have nothing to say You get what you pay for But I just had no intention of living this way I need a phone call I need a plane ride I need a sunburn I need a raincoat C Bb And I get no answers C Bb And I don't get no change C Bb F It's raining in Baltimore, baby C F C But everything else is the same There's things I remember and things I forget I miss you I guess that I should Three thousand five hundred miles away But what would you change if you could? I need a phone call Maybe I should buy a new car I can always hear a freight train If I listen real hard And I wish it was a small world Because I'm lonely for the big towns I'd like to hear a little guitar I think it's time to put the top down I need a phone call I need a raincoat
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