"Listen to the Rain" as written by Donald R. Sampson and Donald R. Ii Ewing....
Early dawn, another lazy, stormy Monday morn,
Outside my ride is layin' on the horn,
But I won't be torn, from your arms

Work can wait,
I call the boss and tell him I'll be late,
I've been saving for this rainy day,
What do you say we stay at home,
And make love all day long,

[Chorus]

And let's just listen to the rain fall,
Music on the window pane, that's all;
Nothing ventured, nothing gained,
Just crawl back in bed,
Pull the covers overhead,
Me and you,
Like John and Yoko use to do,
Let's just listen to the rain

Life moves fast,
Let's find a way to make the moments last,
Forget the future, and forget the past,
Girl all I ask of you

Let's just listen to the rain fall,
Music on the window pane, that?s all,
Nothing ventured, nothing gained;
Just crawl back in bed; pull the covers overhead
Me and you,
Like John and Yoko use to do

Let it pour, we'll hold each other let the thunder roar,
Love is never felt like this before,
And I need more of you

So let's just listen to the rain fall,
Music on the window pane, that?s all,
Nothing ventured, nothing gained;
We'll crawl back in bed; pull the covers overhead
Me and you,
Like John and Yoko use to do

Just listen to the rain


Lyrics submitted by ButNeverOutgunned

"Listen to the Rain" as written by Donald Sampson Donald Ewing Ii

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