"Southern Rain" as written by Brett Anderson and Bernard Joseph Butler....
Fall southern rain
Through my fingers
Through my veins
Fall southern rain
And wash her away

Fall on this empty man
Drip like nails
Through my hands
Fall southern rain
And wash her away

Her love was a lullaby
There was something deranged in her eyes
And her sugary skin was hungry for change

Fall southern rain
Through the gutters
And the drains
Fall southern rain
And wash her away

Fall like the southern snow
Touch the winter of my soul
Fall southern rain
And wash her away

Yes her love was a lullaby
And she looked kind of strange when she smiled
And her sugary skin was hungry for shame

Fall southern rain
Through my fingers
Through my veins
Fall southern rain
And wash her away

Fall like the southern snow
Touch the winter of my soul

Fall southern rain
And wash her away


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