Raindancing Pigram Brothers
[D]November's here it's the time of the year when the heat waves are starting to dance.
Mercury rising, millibars falling, no time for a shaky romance
[Am]Sweat on the foreheads of ba[G]bies, drifting in drea[D]mland
While into the pindan* those [G]old men are pounding a ra[D]indance
[D]Anticipation, gunada waving goodbye to hot hungry days
Pressure down in King Sound, drifting across Roebuck Bay
[Am]See the lightning bolt, hear the thu[G]nder roll, she's a co[D]ming
[Am]While into the pindan those chi[G]ldren are dancing a rain[D]dance
D G D G Drums Kick in
[Am]Willy willy, going silly o[G]nly the rainman can s[D]ee
[Am]That eastern horizon brin[G]ging that ngaba to [D]me
[Am]Saturation, gunada waving good[G]bye to hot hungry d[D]ays
[Am]Old dogs and children dan[G]cing those heat blues a[D]way
* Pindan means semi-arid country, scrubland.
** Ngaba means water