"Don't Let The Rain Come Down" as written by and Amanda Mckinnon, Steven Clark,....
The doctor's in, he'll see you now
In quiet rooms, I am the sound
And when the words pour out of me
Hands over ears protecting the family
I didn't mean to cause offense
But language loses me my friends
And you insult intelligence

When you remove my need for common sense
Don't let the rain come down
I've said enough outside my door
I stay in here it's always warm
I didn't ask the rain to come
Too many senses, why won't you strike me dumb
Don't let the rain come down


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"Don't Let the Rain Come Down" as written by John Clark Amanda Mckinnon

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    General CommentThe singer is seeking professional help, maybe because no one else will listen to him. Sounds like he's apologizing for what he says, but still he says it because he needs to get it out of his system. He could just be a nervous wreck, or someone with an anxiety disorder...seems to find the safety of his home to be a comfort from the "rain" outside. He didn't ask for these problems of his, or even the fact that the outside world bothers him.

    Could be completely wrong, but thats how i see it.

    BTW,Picked up the "Plastique Nouveau" CD on a trip to London! Was well worth the price!
    yoheon July 10, 2005   Link

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