|"Thunder and Lightning"|
|Single by Chi Coltrane|
|from the album Chi Coltrane|
|B-side||"Time to Come In"|
|Chi Coltrane singles chronology|
"Thunder and Lightning" is a 1972 song by Chi Coltrane. It was the first release from her eponymous debut album. The song reached number 17 on the US Billboard Hot 100, number 15 on Cash Boxand number 12 on Record World . It also reached number 18 on the Canadian RPM magazine singles chart.
Chi Coltrane is an American singer and pianist.
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