Laced through her fingers were mine, cold, empty, loveless, dead
Trees whistled sweet sympathy as the wind tore through our hair
Nothing could save us, nothing was left but my heart in her teeth
Dang, yo

The distance is void
The fight had no point
So here I come
Back around again
I'd flood the earth
Just to prove myself to you
This thunderstorm
Comes with an apology, baby

I'm falling faster than I'm used to

Waiting impatiently, building up energy
Just to break free, from the clouds with one target in mind

On nights we fight, I wish I was the rain, so I could touch your face once last time
I'd wash away your tears, just for a time, until you wipe me away and we start over

Tonight I'm stuck outside
Slowly, slowly making my
Way to the bottom of your window
I wish you'd open up
I can't blame you,
For shutting me out, can't blame
For the times I have left you dripping
And the times we've lived in drought

I'm falling faster than I'm used to

Waiting impatiently, building up energy
Just to break free, from the clouds with one target in mind

On nights we fight, I wish I was the rain, so I could touch your face once last time
I'd wash away your tears, just for a time, until you wipe me away and we start over

Encased in lies

On nights we fight, I wish I was the rain
On nights we fight, I wish I was the rain


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Diary of a Raindrop song meanings
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