"A Flood" as written by and Catherine Genevieve Mary Lucas Amos Akbar Memon....
Let it come to pieces
Let it die, let it fall
A flood will come here anyway

Just put off decisions if you must
As the lamps
flicker back to life again

Come another century full of dust
Don't explain,
just call me when you're off the plane

Come December don't be cruel
Come a senseless train of thought
Come the weekend we'll get lost
Just in time to get caught in the rain

So hold out your raincoat
Let it fall and let it die
A flood will come here anyway

Come December don't be cruel
Come a senseless train of thought
Come the weekend we'll get lost
Just in time to get caught in the rain

How the houses start to lean
So precariously
When the pavements start to crack
As minutes fall to the floor
If we spend it all at once we've won

Come December don't be cruel
Come a senseless train of thought
Come the weekend we'll get lost
Just in time to get caught in the rain

So hold out your raincoat
Let it fall, let it die
A flood will come here anyway


Lyrics submitted by Mellow_Harsher

"A Flood" as written by Catherine Genevieve Mary Lucas Amos Akbar Memon

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