"Better In The Rain" as written by Branden Galvin Langhals, John William Mcginty and Mark Robert Woodbridge....
I’ll never forget how easy it was to pull you under,
so don’t tell me you like it better in the rain.
Its not like I care but you’ve got me treading water in dark blue.
And without that flare or that look in your eye,
you have nothing to hide. Sounds like your doing just fine.
I hope that every plastic smile
or aborted entry comes dressed down.
Come a little bit closer to me.
Don’t stop now-hey you can’t stop now.
I live the life of a lion baby,
if ever it works out ill be under your cloud.
It’s not like I care but you got me treading water in dark blue.
And without that flare or that look in your eye,
you have nothing to hide. Better in the rain.
You like it better in the rain


Lyrics submitted by dynosauruno

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