"Mrs. Morgan" as written by Robert Derwent Garth Forster and Grant William Mclennan....
Mrs. Morgan’s neighbours have finally had enough
’cause she’s been telling fortunes
and now she’s called their bluff
‘cause no one likes their secrets
walking ‘round the town
and everyone’s defeated
as the light just shivers down

she never wanted to see the rain

it’s an easy greasy Sunday
the dew’s still on the lawn
a plane is writing letters
‘people you’ve been warned’
and the neighbourhood is praying
now their secret’s been revealed
and Mrs. M keeps saying
there’s one thing you can’t steal

she never wanted to see the rain

but sometimes it crumbles
like sand through your hands
and sometimes it cracks and cracks

she never wanted to see the rain


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