"Shadows In The Rain" as written by and Gordon Matthew Sumner....
I woke up in my clothes again this morning
I don't know exactly where I am
And I should heed my doctor's warning
He does the best with me he can

He says I suffer from delusion
But I'm so confident I'm sane
It can't be an optical illusion
So how can you explain
Shadows in the rain

And if you see us on the corner
We're just dancing in the rain
I tell my friends there when I see them
Outside my window pane
Shadows in the rain


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"Shadows in the Rain" as written by Gordon Sumner

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    General CommentI like this version ten times better than the Police's. We've all felt a little "crazy" at times, right? Peace
    Rogue1on May 22, 2002   Link
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    General CommentHey, if you're going to copy somebody, it may as well be yourself. I mean, it works for Mel Brooks, right?
    I do like this jazzy version better than the one that appears on Zenyatta Mondatta. I've always felt that The Police just didn't know where they were going with that third album.
    Sting brought back one of his favorites here. I love how this song and Moon Over Bourbon Street go together (there's a little lunacy in all of us).
    jdappletonon June 22, 2003   Link
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    General CommentMy man rain
    is back again
    with my sweet wind
    and her crazy train ...
    sillybunnyon July 18, 2006   Link

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