"And The Sun Will Shine" as written by Maurice Ernest Gibb, Robin Hugh Gibb and Barry Alan Gibb....
And the rain will fall, it falls for you.
And the clouds will break into tears,
You should be here standing so near to me.

'Cept I know you should be sad
But give me time alone to get it out of my mind.
Though say I know it's only the weather.
'Cause every time it rains you are gone.
And I'm blue.
Then I wake up, then I wake up.

And the sun will shine if just for you.
And the trees will talk to the skies, whispering lies,
Heaven will pass to me, yeah.
Trains walk by and the birds disappear.
Oh! Why am I still here without you by my side.
So I cry your name and love,
The thought to me is back and how near.
Then I wake up, then I grow up.

And the rain will fall.
It falls for you.
And the clouds will break
It should be near.
And the sun will shine
If just for you
And the love


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"And the Sun Will Shine" as written by Maurice Gibb Barry Gibb

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    General CommentI am in love with this song. I don't quite get the entire meaning of this song, but this guy is so in love with this girl that he believes that even the weather revolves around her. When she cries, it rains (although he knows that "it's only the weather", but does not readily want to believe in reality when she is around). I think this song is about being grounded in reality vs. not. He "wakes up, grows up" because he wants to get over her and her unreal spell over him. And the weather/nature metaphors are illusory.

    I absolutely love the line "And the trees will talk to the skies, whispering lies..."

    SUCH A LOVELY SONG!
    webmasterdeeon October 29, 2006   Link
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    General CommentIn this song Robin does some great singing it is awewsome!!
    mtm9879on April 13, 2005   Link

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