"Standing In The Rain" as written by and Robert Arthur Mould....
Looking outside my window
All I see is grey
I'm watching the clouds roll by every day
And we make a reservation, you say you'll be on time
I say, "I might be a little late"

Well, I pull it together and brush my teeth
And comb my hair
I stop to think and I can see you there
I think of the times you've waited
Just for me to care
I care about you

Checking the clock inside
The room we call our own
I see that I'm late, I should get going
Hop on a local transit, spending all my change
Oh, I can still hear the telephone

Well, I want to go back, but I'm halfway to
The place where we will meet
And I'm half-dead on my feet
And once I get there, I see everything's the same
Here comes the rain
You left me standing

I should have guessed that you'd stand me up
Why did I even go, now?
And I guess it goes to show
The snow may well thaw out, but it goes right down the drain
You left me, you left me, you left me, you left me
You left me standing in the rain
You left me standing in the rain
You left me standing in the rain
Oh, no, now
You left me standing in the rain
You left me standing in the rain, oh, now
You left me standing in the rain
Oh, why, oh, why, why, why did I even go now, now now?
Now, now, now
Now, now, now
Oh, I know, now, you left me standing in the rain
You left me standing in the rain, oh, now
You left me standing in the rain
Oh, now, oh


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"Standing in the Rain" as written by Bob Mould

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