"California Rain" as written by Oliver J. Leiber, Walter Lafty, Mark M. Melchiorre, Kevin Frank, Nick Perri and Brian M. Weaver....
The nights are long
And the days roll into each other
In the city of angels I can't get no sleep
I wish that I was sipping coffee in your kitchen
Yeah I'm stormy from the mountains to the sea

Left her standing
At the gate
Couldn't talk I was running so late
Thought I heard her say goodbye
Saw the sun fade in her eyes


I brought my rain to California
All the way from Philadelphia, PA
And on the way my tears fell for you
I brought my rain to Cali, oh Cali, California

Wandering down to sunset strip in the morning
6 a.m. is that a rainbow that I see?
I interrupt my own damn conversation
Yeah I'm talking to myself at the Whiskey


Inside this heart that smiles no more
Lies the ghost of a love so beautiful
And all the time
The rain inside my mind
Goes on and on and on and on and on


Lyrics submitted by OutCold

"California Rain" as written by Kevin Frank Brian M. Weaver

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    General Commentwhy the monkeydoodle hasnt anyone posted ANYTHING on this song? its an awesome song, and silvertide is one of the only good new bands out there today. this song is kinda a no-brainer unless theres some really deep meaning that you have to read into very hard, but what i got out of it was that the band had to go to california to record or something and he had to leave his girl behind.
    yellodoodleon July 30, 2005   Link
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    General Commentwow, sick guitar in this song, he's an awesome guitarist

    just found this band, love em
    Rocker_92on July 16, 2007   Link
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    General Commentthis is such an amazing song omg!!! it's so upbeat for being about leaving someone behind lol. Silvertide is so underrated <3
    xoWhiteNoiseon December 11, 2008   Link

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