Dear Sun Spots: Could you look up this song for me? It’s by Jessi Colter called “Storms Never Last.” Would appreciate it a lot. Enjoy your column as ever. Thanks a lot. – No Name, No Town.

Answer: “Storms Never Last” was written by Bosse Andersson and Jessi Colter and performed by Colter and Waylon Jennings; also recorded by Chet Atkins, Rosemary Clooney, David Allan Coe, Dr. Hook and Hank Williams Jr., among others.

We located the following lyrics:

Storms never last do they, baby?

Bad times will pass with the winds.

Your hand in mine steals the thunder.

You make the sun want to shine.

Oh, I followed you down so many roads, baby;

I picked wild flowers and sung you soft sweet songs.

And every road we took, God knows, our search was for the truth.

And the storm brewin’ now won’t be the last.

Storms never last do they, Jessie?

Bad times will pass with the winds.

Your hand in mine steals the thunder.

You make the sun want to shine.

Storms never last do they, Jessie?

Bad times will pass with the winds.

Your hand in mine steals the thunder.

You make the sun want to shine.

Dear Sun Spots: Several weeks ago there was a story in the news about a very young child who was severely burnt. The child had turned on a microwave oven that had a bottle of cologne and a piece of flatware in it. He was rushed to the burn center immediately. The mother was devastated over the accident.

The reason that I’m writing this letter is to make parents aware of the fact that there is a way to “lock” microwaves so that children cannot turn them on.

The word “LOCK” can be found on most microwaves either on the pin pad, or it can be found inside the door when opened. It will only take a minute. Please check it out! – Jeanne David, Auburn.

Dear Sun Spots: I am looking for an Xbox game called “Conker.” If anyone has one and is willing to sell it at a reasonable price, please call 783-3786. Thank You. – No Name, No Town.


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