"I Can't Stand the Rain" as written by Bernard Miller, Don Bryant and Ann Peebles....
[Chorus]
I can't stand the rain, against my window,
Bringing back sweet memories.
I can't stand the rain, against my window,
'Cause he ain't hearing me.

You I can't stand the rain, I can't stand the pain,
If it keeps going on it's a damn shame.
Watching you going through the misery and strife,
The pain, the angst, living this old life.

The men you knew only wanted one thing,
To control you, mold and make you new.
You used to be strong telling me to hold on,
But I'm telling you girl, you really got it going on.

Take a look in the mirror, take a look at yourself,
See who you are, and what you are,
And you better realize, oo-ah, that the life that you lead is the one that you chose.
I can't stand it, I can't stand it, I can't stand it,

When we were together, everything was so grand.
But now that we've parted, there's just one thing that I just can't stand-
I can't stand the rain against my window, bringing back sweet memories.

[Chorus: x3]


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"I Can't Stand the Rain" as written by Bernard Miller Ann Peebles

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