"When the Sun Comes Out" as written by Harold Arlen and Ted Koehler....
When the sun comes out
And the rain stops beating
On my window pane
When the sun comes out
There'll be blue birds 'round my door


Singing like they did before
That old storm broke out
And my man walked off
Left me in the rain
Though he's gone I doubt
If he'll stay away for good
I'd stop living if he should

Love is funny,
It's not always peaches, cream and honey
Just when everything seemed
Bright and sunny
Suddenly the cyclone came
I'll never be the same
Till the sun comes out
And the rain stops beating on my window pane

If my heart holds out
Let it rain, let it pour
It may not be long before
There's a knocking at my door
Then you'll know the one I love walked in
When the sun comes out

And the rain stops beating on my window pane
If my heart holds out
Let it rain, let it pour
It may not belong before
There's a knocking at my door
Then you'll know the one I love walked in
When the sun comes out


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"When the Sun Comes Out" as written by Ted Koehler Harold Arlen

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