"Rainfall" as written by and Davide Marani....
We were hiding from the rain and the thunder
I've been staring out for days
As I wonder a long day around
So here we are again we're outnumbered
The feeling is a wave that I'm under
But I heard it call my name in the summer
Is it ever gonna change in my slumber

I can hear myself walking through this world
Can't believe it's not
They're talking so retarded
I don't know
It might now show
Let me go


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    General Commentisnt it obvious, this songs about rain
    used-trashon May 15, 2004   Link
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    General CommentCraig and Patrick in an interview:

    Craig:
    “ That one is more kind of ‘classic’ I think. It’s got that kind of sound that’s hard to tie to a particular time. I hope it does, anyway – it does to me. It’s very simple and I don’t know what that means… it’s an innocent sound in an innocent song, I think.”
    Patrick:
    “ All Craig's songs are heartfelt but I think this one came out of somewhere even more cardiac. I think that’s the innocence in it that you’re talking about. It’s unaffected. Very snappy drumming by Hamish, by the way.”
    IWannaGetFreeon December 01, 2004   Link
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    General CommentI absolutely love this song, it really describes how I feel when it rains (the music, not the lyrics). I love the rain! Going out and splashing around like nobody's watching (bare feet are essential) is one of the greatest yet most simple feelings I've ever experienced.
    jopkins_the_monkeyon December 02, 2004   Link
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    General CommentI think he's feeling trapped by some people, and he's getting lost beyond them, and feels like he can't escape. But he feels alone and (betrayed?).
    skittlesAARon January 01, 2005   Link
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    General CommentTHI SSONG IS PRETTY
    it is.
    ilymuchon April 14, 2007   Link

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