"Rainbow Country [Instrumental]" as written by Marcus Miller and Luther R. Vandross....
Hey Mr. Music
Ya sure sound good to me
I can't refuse it
What got to be, got to be

Feel like dancing
Dance 'cause we are free

I got my home
In the promise land
But I feel at home
Can you understand

Said the road is rocky
Sure feels good to me
And if your lucky
Together we'd always be

I will ride it
The sun is a risin'
The sign is a rising
Are you really riding?
Are you really riding?

Are you really riding?
Are you really riding?

Rainbow country
Rainbow country

Rainbow country
Rainbow country

Hey Mr. Music
Ya sure sound good to me
I can't refuse it
We got to be, got to be

Feel like dancing
Dance 'cause we are free

I got my home
In the promise land
I feel at home
Can you understand

Said the road is rocky
Sure feels good to me
And if I'm lucky
Together we'd always be

I will ride it
The sun is a risin'
The sun is a risin'
Moon is a risin'

I will ride it
I will ride it

I will ride it
I will ride it

And though the road is rocky
Sure feels good to me
And if I'm lucky
Together we'd always be

I will ride it
Rainbow country
Rainbow yountry
Rainbow country

Sun is a risin'
Sun is a risin'
Moon is a risin'
Sun is a risin'
Sun is a risin'

Sun is a risin'
Rainbow country
Rainbow country

Rainbow country
Rainbow country

Rainbow country
Rainbow country

Sayin', hey Mr. Music
Sure sound good to me
I can't refuse it
'Cause, what have we got to be

Feel like dancing
Dance 'cause we are free

I got my own
In the promise land
Feel at home
Can you understand

And though the road is rocky
Sure feels good to me
And if I'm lucky
Together we'd always be

Rainbow country
Rainbow country

Rainbow country


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"Rainbow Country" as written by Bob Marley

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