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[Verse 3] Sayin’, “Could you kindly leave Joliet prison Turn, turn to the rain Turn, turn to the rain Tell me the trouble, tell me once to my ears. It tells the tale of a friend of the narrator, who’d been imprisoned for manslaughter. And I played my guitar Turn, turn to the rain. Too late, too late, And the wind Turn, turn, turn again Turn, turn to the rain And his crime it is none That belonged to someone else, And his face it did freeze, And I did not understand, He's got a sentence to serve, Turn, turn, turn again Come to me where I sleep, Turn, turn to the rain I walked down the courthouse stairs Turn, turn to the rain Without a reply He just don’t deserve Turn, turn, turn again. Sayin’, “The witness who saw Without a reply, Turn, turn to the rain In the highest of degree, [Verse 8] Turn, turn to the rain Except for to go And the wind Too late, too late Out of the side of his mouth Turn, turn, turn again. And the wind. And the wind. That belonged to someone else Turn, turn to the rain And the wind. My guitar could play That may be true But ninety-nine years, He just don't deserve, Turn, turn to the rain And the wind. And the wind. And the wind. My guitar could play Tell once to my ear, His sentence is passed Is in trouble deep. It’s heavily influenced by the traditional folk song “The Dreadful Wind and Rain”, which has been covered by Dylan’s friend, Jerry Garcia. Was, “Oh the Cruel Rain There was four persons killed It was also played on Fairport Convention’s 1969 album, Unhalfbricking. Turn, turn to the rain And I heard his door slam, He left little doubt” And the wind. Bad news, bad news Sayin' one of your friends Sayin' one of my friends is in trouble deep. Turn, turn, turn again That may be true, And I did not understand And was in his chambers Sayin’ one of your friends Turn, turn, turn again And at that the judge jerked forward Turn, turn to the rain And ninety-nine years, [Verse 5] I sat down and wrote ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Sayin', "Could you kindly leave And the wind That a friend of mine Tell once to my ear. But he ain’t no criminal Originally written and recorded for Dylan’s 1964 album The Times They Are A-Changin', “Percy’s Song” didn’t make the cut and wasn’t released until the 1985 compilation album Biograph, though it had been played live before then. Turn, turn, turn again. Is in trouble deep, Is in trouble deep. And the wind. And he was at the wheel His sentence is passed Through the night to the day Turn, turn to the rain Turn, turn, turn again Explaining to the judge I walked down the hallway And it cannot be repealed, And ninety-nine years And the wind. Turn, turn to the rain Turn, turn to the rain And he wouldn't harm a life Turn, turn, turn again. Out of the side of his mouth, Could ya tell me the facts? As I'm knowin' myself, And the wind For his case it is sealed Turn, turn to the rain Turn, turn, turn again. And the wind. Turn, turn to the rain Arlo Guthrie Lyrics. Sayin’ one of your friends. Well his eyes looked funny And I played my guitar Would get ninety-nine years Could ya tell me the facts? Turn, turn to the rain And the wind [Verse 2] Joliet prison. Turn, turn, turn again I left by the moon, Turn, turn, turn again Turn, turn to the rain Turn, turn, turn again 18 Non-Traditional Yet Perfect Wedding Songs, NEW SONG: AC/DC - "Shot In The Dark" - LYRICS, HOT SONG: 21 Savage x Metro Boomin - "My Dawg​" - LYRICS, NEW SONG: Rod Wave - POP SMOKE - "MOOD SWINGS" ft. Lil Tjay - LYRICS, 23 Boy Band Slow Jams That Made You Believe In Love, NEW SONG: Shawn Mendes - "Wonder" - LYRICS, Match These Taylor Swift Songs to Her Ex-Boyfriends. Most Likely You Go Your Way (And I’ll Go Mine), I Don’t Believe You (She Acts Like We Never Have Met). And it cannot be repealed I said without fear, Was, "Oh the Cruel Rain And the wind. Turn, turn, turn again. Turn, turn to the rain And I stood up so slow [Verse 6] There was four persons killed Well his eyes looked funny As I’m knowing myself And the wind. And the Wind”. Of how this came to be, Turn, turn to the rain Could happen to anyone Turn, turn, turn again. Come to me where I sleep And he wouldn’t harm a life Turn, turn, turn again And I heard his door slam Sayin', "The witness who saw, He left little doubt," Turn, turn to the rain And the wind. Turn, turn, turn again Turn, turn, turn again. Sayin’ one of your friends. And the wind. And I stood up so slow, Of how this came to be Percy’s Song Lyrics. Bad news, bad news, come to me where I sleep. Turn, turn, turn again Turn, turn to the rain And his face it did freeze Turn, turn to the rain Turn, turn, turn again. Turn, turn to the rain And the wind. Tell me the trouble, With no other choice Is in trouble deep And the wind My office now, please” But he ain't no criminal [Verse 1] Bad news, bad news. He’s got a sentence to serve Turn, turn, turn again. For his case it is sealed, And the wind. The judge spoke Explaining to the judge But I knew him as good I said without fear A crash on the highway Turn, turn to the rain. Bad news, bad news, I walked down the hallway What happened to him Manslaughter But ninety-nine years In the highest of degrees Oh what’s the charge Turn, turn, turn again. Turn, turn, turn again By the next afternoon And the only tune Come to me where I sleep. Turn, turn to the rain And the wind And the wind. Turn, turn to the rain And the wind But ninety-nine years, That a friend of mine Could happen to anyone, Turn, turn to the rain Turn, turn to the rain Oh what's the charge The best words I could write Manslaughter That may be true, He's got a sentence to serve, Turn, turn, turn again. And the wind And he was at the wheel, What happened to him And ninety-nine years. © 2020 METROLYRICS, A RED VENTURES COMPANY. And the wind And the wind. The best words I could write, Tell once to my ear And the wind [Verse 4] I'd be there on Wednesday night, "Percy's Song". Turn, turn to the rain Turn, turn, turn again. And was in his chambers But I knew him as good And his crime it is none, Would get ninety-nine years, Except for to go, And the Wind.". Tell me the trouble Turn, turn, turn again And the wind Through the night to the day, By the next afternoon, I walked down the courthouse stairs Joliet prison for ninety-nine years. He left little doubt," The judge spoke Out of the side of his mouth, Turn, turn, turn again. And the wind. Turn, turn, turn again. I left by the moon [Verse 1] And the wind Turn, turn, turn again. Turn, turn, turn again. Flew the car to a field Turn, turn, turn again. Turn, turn, turn again Tell me the trouble. [Verse 7] Sayin', "The witness who saw, Turn, turn to the rain With no other choice Turn, turn, turn again. And the wind And the wind Turn, turn, turn again. Joliet prison My office now, please," And at that the judge jerked forward Turn, turn, turn again A crash on the highway The judge spoke Turn, turn to the rain I’d be there on Wednesday night Turn, turn, turn again. He just don't deserve, I sat down and wrote Turn, turn, turn again. Copyright: Writer(s): Bob Dylan Lyrics Terms of Use. Flew the car to a field, Turn, turn to the rain Turn, turn to the rain And the only tune Turn, turn, to the wind and the rain. Turn, turn, turn again And the wind.

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