"Queen Of Rain" as written by Per H�kan Gessle and Mats Arne Persson....
In that big big house there are fifty doors
and one of them leads to your heart.
In the time of spring I passed your gate
and tried to make a start.
All I knew was the scent of sea and dew
but I've been in love before,
how about you?

There's a time for the good in life,
a time to kill the pain in life,
dream about the sun you queen of rain

In that big house there are fifty beds
and one of them leads to your soul.
It's a bed of fear, a bed of threats,
regrets and sheets so cold.
All I knew your eyes so velvet blue,
I've been in love before, how about you?

There's a time for the good in life,
a time to kill the pain in life,
dream about the sun you queen of rain

It's time to place your bets in life,
I've played the loser's game of life,
dream about the sun you queen of rain

Time went by as I wrote your name in the sky,
fly fly away, bye bye.



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"Queen of Rain" as written by Mats Arne Persson Per Gessle

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    General CommentThe song is great. It's a shame no one has ever made any comment. My teacher and I both love this song. We both think it's so sweet.
    Anyway I cannot understand the lyric very clearly. Any recommendations?
    GSimenonon August 06, 2007   Link
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    General Commenti think it's a beautiful song, too. the best text of roxette at all. i think it referred to a woman who cannot live her life, maybe for fear to love or to be happy and lose it. note the ripetition of the two strings (one leads to your heart , other leads to your soul). very beautyful words... life sometimes is bad, but we have to seek for the sun in our soul
    seira70on August 29, 2007   Link
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    My InterpretationI think it's about trying to approach someone that's very difficult for you to love.

    Tourism was my first CD purchase ever, but it's only now, 20 years later, that I began to wonder if this "Queen of Rain" person is actually the same character that appeared in "The Rain". It may have been from different times of her life (with Queen of Rain being older), or it simply may have been the same story told from his & her points of view, like Cinnamon Street versus 2 Cinnamon Street.

    If you consider the words of "The Rain" she was too caught up in her own sadness/grief to love "him". In this song it's probably gotten worse: her protection mechanism is a house with 50 bedrooms. The narrator is someone trying to make her realize there's a time in life for tender things like...love.

    "dream about the sun you queen of rain" is really in a "come on! dream about the sun, you queen of rain!" tone :P
    lowrentblockon November 08, 2013   Link

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