Hope is like the rain turns dry creek-beds into streams
And I forget the long and lonely drought that hollowed out my dreams
And I'm content to chase my songbird, wherever she may fly
I've got time to learn her story, to find her scars, and find out why

And so I wait
But what is rain without the sun?
My river banks are overrun without your love

Well, I have waited seven years and I'd wait seven more
If only I can show your father, I'm worth wait I've asked him for
And if I could marry you tomorrow, I'm not sure that I would
Because the Lord is wise, and it's good sometimes just to long for something good

And what are dreams, but rising suns that long to wake and find us undone?
And if you can't convince your mind, I'm not asking you to lie, just be my love


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Rachel (A Song About the Rain) song meanings
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