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Song Parodies -> "There's No Rain In Sight"

Original Song Title:

"Strangers In The Night"

Original Performer:

Frank Sinatra

Parody Song Title:

"There's No Rain In Sight"

Parody Written by:

Tokusou Sentai Blessranger

The Lyrics

There's no rain in sight exchanging glances
There aren't clouds outside
Please put the stupid umbrella away
Scary weather weren't through

Something in the sky was so very clear
Something in the heat can be somewhat weird
Something about clouds
You can just imagine

There's no rain in sight,no stormy weather
I said there's no rain in sight
Up to the moment
When the clouds are bursting in
Cloudy,now and then
Rain was just two weeks till now
No over-dressing freaks,oh wow,and

You feel cool or hot,don't get too rowdy
And roughly someday,a day too cloudy
Things can be all right
And there's no rain in sight

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