"Wish it would rain" as written by and Gentry Bronson....
You got a blessing and a curse
You got a sickness growing worse
You need a magic wand
and a dream that you can rely on
You got scars on your back
You’re like an animal caught in a trap
You got a pocket full of sand and a trembling hand
That no one can understand

Sometimes
I just wish it would rain
Rain on you and me
Rain all over the dry, dry ground
Rain all over the sad, sad souls
That surround
You and me

You’re a soldier who can’t come home
And a mother looking out the window
Waiting for her loved one
At the door
You feel blind at the carnival
Stumbling like a criminal
With nothing but a bottle
And an old baby rattle in your hands

Sometimes
I just wish it would rain
Rain on you and me
Rain all over the dry, dry ground
Rain all over the sad, sad souls
That surround
You and me

Rain take away the sadness
Take away the madness
Can you wash us clean
Wash us clean

You’re a small voice on the phone
Calling from somewhere I don’t know
You say “Man, I don’t think I
can keep going on”

Sometimes
I just wish it would rain
Rain on you and me
Rain all over the dry, dry ground
Rain all over the sad, sad souls
That surround
You and me


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"Wish It Would Rain" as written by Gentry Bronson

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