"Rainy Day" as written by Peter Freudenthaler and Volker Hinkel....
The porridge's been good
The marmalade too.
I take another slice of bread,
The bacon is hot but I don't mind.
Too long I boiled the egg.
I'm still a little tired, my bones are weak,
Another day off I take,
I guess the sun had the same idea
And now we have a break.

It's a rainy day, a rainy day
But I love it.
It's a rainy day,
The water comes down
But I love you.

Milkman Mr Miller is ringing my bell.
Do you take a liter or two?
But I don't wanna drink his milk today,
I feel fine without it too.
He steps into a puddle by going away.
I hear him swearing at,
The forecast promised
High pressure today
And now he's getting wet.

It's a rainy day, a rainy day
But I love it.
It's a rainy day,
The water comes down
But I love you.

It's a rainy day, a rainy day
But I love it.
It's a rainy day,
The water comes down.

Rosalie MacLovely is waiting for a cab
In the middle of the pouring rain.
Old bold head MacArthur is waiting
For his hair to grow again.
Once upon a time he was a curly head
But all those days are gone
And now he's looking like a fireball,
When he gets into the sun.

It's a rainy day, a rainy day
But we love it.
It's a rainy day,
The water comes down
But I love you.
It's a rainy day, a rainy day
But I love it.
It's a rainy day,
The water comes down (down down down down),
The water comes down (down down down down),
The water comes down (down down down down),
But I love you.


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"Rainy Day" as written by Volker Hinkel Peter Freudenthaler

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