"The Sun And The Rain" as written by and Graham/barson Mcpherson....
It's raining again
I'm hearing its pitter patter down
It's wet in the street
Reflecting the lights and splashing feet

Nowhere to go
And nothing I have to do, have to do

It's raining again
I follow the Christmas lights down town
I'm leaving the flow
Of people walking all around, round and round

I hear the sound of rain falling in my ears
Washing away the weariness like tears
I can feel my troubles running down
Disappear into the silent sound

Just walking along
My clothes are soaked right through to the skin
I haven't a doubt that this is what life is all about
The sun and the rain

Scraps of brain washing down the drain
I feel the rain falling on my face
I can say there is no better place
Than standing up in the falling down
In so much rain I could almost drown

It's raining again
A crack in the clouds reveals blue skies
I've been feeling so low
(Low)
But now everything is on my side, the sun and the rain

Walk with me fill my heart again
I hear the rain falling in my ears
Washing away the weariness like tears
I can feel my troubles running down
Disappear into the silent sound

I feel the rain falling on my face
I can say there is no better place
Than standing up in the falling down
In so much rain I could almost drown


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"The Sun and the Rain" as written by Christopher John Foreman Cathal Joseph Smyth

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    General CommentI seems like Suggs was having a very boring day
    siradskion June 14, 2005   Link
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    General CommentKeyboard player, Mike Barson wrote these lyrics. I love this song but the 'rain falling in my ears' line spoils it a bit for me.
    Boss Manon June 30, 2005   Link

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