"Between the Rainbows and the Rain" as written by James Jess R. Brown, Brett Jones and Tony Lane....
It's good to hear your voice after all this time
I've been told I'm hard to find
It's raining here but I'm keeping dry
And for me that's doing good

To tell the truth there ain't much to know
I've dealt some cards and I've rodeo'd
But I haven't found that pot of gold
Like I said I would

Between the high lines and the fence posts
The interstate and the dirt roads
No matter how the wind blows I hear your name

Out of all the things I've done that I regret
There's only one I'd like to change
Out here, between the rainbows and the rain

I spent last month in Santa Fe
I heard your daddy passed away
And I should've called your momma
To say how sorry that I am

Well, I don't think I'll be coming back
Spent too long, so I guess that's that
It's nice to know that you still ask about me now and then

Between the high lines and the fence posts
The interstate and the dirt roads
No matter how the wind blows I hear your name

Out of all the things I've done that I regret
There's only one I'd like to change
Out here, between the rainbows and the rain
Out here, between the rainbows and the rain


Lyrics submitted by mikethefid

"Between the Rainbows and the Rain" as written by Tony Lane Brett Jones

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, AUSTINTATIOUS TUNES, JAMES R. JESS BROWN D/B/A JESS BROWN MUSIC

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    General CommentThough this song was written and performed by the legendary Chris LeDoux, I've supplied the lyrics as they appear in Trace Adkins' (a legend in the making IMO) performance on his album "Cowboy's Back In Town."

    I find the lyrics haunting and all too pertinent to my life at the moment.

    I'd love to read your feelings and interpretations.

    Thanks,
    Mike Fidler
    Owen Sound, Ontario
    Canada
    mikethefidon December 22, 2010   Link

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