"Louisiana Rain" as written by Christopher Stapleton and Trent Wayne Willmon....
I couldn't make you change your mind,
Couldn't stop that mornin' train,
I can't stop knowin' that you're gone,
Like I can't stop Louisiana rain

I pour this whiskey down my soul,
But nothin' ever seems to change,
'Cause this pain keeps pourin' down,
Like this Louisiana rain

All I'm doin' is livin' one drop at a time
So won't you come back, baby,
Before I go an' lose my mind
Stop this Louisiana rain

All I'm doin' is livin' one drop at a time, yes I am
So won't you come back, baby,
Before I go an' lose my mind
I'm gonna lose my mind.

Damn this river that I've cried,
An' damn this callin' out your name.
Damn these lonely streets I walk,
An' damn this Louisiana rain

I can't stop knowin' that you're gone,
Like I can't stop this Louisiana rain


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"Louisiana Rain" as written by Trent Wayne Willmon Christopher Stapleton

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