I'll rise and make a contact
With mine and they all suspect
Holding something in from them

One time, there was a lover
And he died, and then another
Followed in his place
And they both look just like me

If you believe, anything
That I have said
Then listen up because

Some things are going my way
Those things I'm trying to shake
And it's just like
There's a rain cloud that's cast overhead
And I'm caught on the receiving end

One lie just sparked another
And in time you're a collector
You kept quite the stash

And I tried to keep it simple
And you felt the need to tangle
All of our loose ends

What a fabulous mess you made!
I believe
Everything that you said
So hear me now, 'cause

Some things are going my way
Those things I'm trying to shake
And it's just like
There's a rain cloud that's cast overhead
And I'm caught on the receiving end

Oh
We can only wait for the sun to shine, Oh
And it's a lonely place under clouds that dont
Look like anything

Some things are going my way
(Some things are going my way)
Those things I'm trying to shake
And it's just like
There's a rain cloud that wont go away
So I’ll say "So much for the rain cloud and I."


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    General Commentsuch a great song, i cant believe no one has commented on it yet... but i guess that makes sense because they never released it. they had it posted on their purevolume page like a year ago and had it available for download but thats the only time i ever heard of it. does anyone know anything about when this song was recorded?
    jman449on July 19, 2007   Link
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    General CommentCould anyone email this song to me? I'd be SO grateful!
    tangerinetreesandmarmaldeskies@hotmail.co.uk :)
    loiiison February 03, 2008   Link

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