"Rainsquall" as written by and Richard Carl Buckner....
The clouds break up a little, then
Here comes the rain again

As the rain breaks through the branches
Along southbound forty-two
The green I grew left us
Wet-eyed red and bluebird blue
The moon's crying through the breaking clouds
As I pour through another town
There's lights off the coast and I love you most
When the rain comes weeping down

Rainsquall, dear
That's me you hear
And when the blue breaks through
Honey I'll still want you

What I said my darling
And what you did my dear
Has left us in a downpour
Of misery and tears
And where are you tonight, I wonder
My wonder, where are you
As the rain breaks through the branches
Along southbound forty-two

Rainsquall, dear
That's me you hear
And when the storm moves on
Dear I might be gone

Rainsquall, dear
That's me you hear
And when the blue breaks through
Honey I'll still want you
And when the storm moves on
Dear I might be gone

The clouds break up a little, then
Here comes the rain again
The rain again


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"Rainsquall" as written by Richard Carl Buckner

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