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"I feel the earth move under my feet; I feel the sky tumbling down. I feel my heart start to trembling; whenever you're around."
When Carole King wrote those lyrics in 1971, she was musing about the physical impact of a lover's presence.
The same could be said for the effect of an early-morning earthquake that struck the area at 4:37 a.m. last Friday.
Some people snoozed right through the 5.2-magnitude quake. Not us.
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