"Just Like The Rain" as written by and Richard Willis Hawley....
Walking silent through the snow
Drifting softly to your door,
I'm coming home, I'm coming home.

I feel so strange, I feel so weak
I've walked a world of empty streets
In search alone, I've searched alone.

But you're still in my mind
You're still in my mind
And here's where the sound
Of my tears hits the ground
Just like the rain
Just like the rain.

When we walked along the shore
My darkness shaded, all we saw
I was unkind, I was unkind

I feel so strange, I feel so weak
I've walked a world of empty streets
In search alone, I've searched alone.

But you're still in my mind
You're still in my mind
And here's where the sound
Of my tears hits the ground
Just like the rain
Just like the rain.

But you're still in my mind
You're still in my mind
And here's where the sound
Of my tears hits the ground
Just like the rain
Just like the rain
Just like the rain
Just like the rain.


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"Just Like the Rain" as written by Richard Willis Hawley

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    General CommentI'd love for a guy to sing this to me.
    His voice sounds so sad, and that's why I can't stop listening to it.
    I belive It's pretty easy to understand.
    kalinnintheskyon April 09, 2009   Link
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    General CommentAbout a past love that he simply cannot get out of his mind?

    It sounds like he's been lonely since a breakup and can't stop thinking of his ex, so much that he's crying and his tears hit the ground just like the rain.

    The mood Hawley can create around a song is phenomenal. I'm running out of superlatives for the man
    originlon May 12, 2010   Link

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