"The Day the Rain Came Down" as written by Lawrence Hayward and Maurice Deebank....
(I remember) trains and boats and planes
And people from the past
Always making promises you know things that'll never last
And fever broke when the storms took hold
And morale was at an all time low

And you were staying up 'till dawn reading Crowley and Allan Poe
And I was thinking back to the time when I was nine and you were ten
You had a magic set that turned me into you then I said

Hey the day the rain came down that's the day you weren't around
I was lost in the woods one time and the sky was losing light
I was brave and sixteen then I thought well hell I'll stay all night

I took the sun from the sky and held it in my arms for a souvenir
The sound of ringing bells awoke me as the dawn was drawing near
And you were standing there casting spells like they grow on trees
I've seen it all and for your next trick maybe you could tell me who said
Hey the day the rain came down


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"The Day the Rain Came Down" as written by Lawrence Hayward Maurice Anthony Deebank

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