"Raindrops" as written by Daniel James Sanders, Robert Nassif, Brad Richard Campbell and Zoran Trivic....
Hear me whistle from the back row, baby in the background.
Do you miss me like the sight of new day? Stand tall my brethren for this is how we play.
Don't tell me I've missed the boat again. If you saw what I see, would you look again, would you look again?
On a Sunday morning.
Hear me whistle from the back row, baby in the background.
Pull out them love staples my friend. Find out which persons side you're on again.
On a Sunday morning.
Take just one, if they can't stay, it's better off for everyone.
High this night. Keep me safe, it will be better off for everyone.
Can you sense when she is ready to play? Stand tall my brethren, as this is our new day.
Take just one, if they can't stay, it's better off for everyone.
Hide this night. Keep me sane, it will be better off for everyone.
Hear me whistle for the raindrops … on a Sunday morning.
Take just one, if they can't stay, it's better off for everyone.
Hide this knife. Keep me safe, it will be better off for everyone


Lyrics submitted by tryhardpunk

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    General Commentthis is my favorite gyroscope song, why has no one written yet this song is awesome
    Shawryon December 19, 2008   Link
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    General Commentmy favourite also Shawry.
    i've always loved this one

    i've never overly analysed this one, but i have a feeling it has some religious undertones to it...
    or like a fugitive almost, or someone wanted.

    Not sure, but i'll continue to love it
    bronzetunageon April 13, 2009   Link
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    General Commenttake just one, high this night keep me safe it will be better off for everyone.. raindrops on a sunday morning.. sounds like a bad night on a pill and coming down with the raindrops on a sunday morning
    jerp92on February 16, 2010   Link

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