"Liverpool Rain" as written by Bart Van Der Weide, Dennis Huige, Paul Huggens, Stefan De Kroon and Wouter Van Belle....
Stuck in a van
As far away as I possibly can
Stuck in a mood
So far away that it couldn't be good
My back hurts and it rains
Screw England, screw the young and insane
We travel in vain
The dreams are the same

So look at the hero in the Liverpool rain
I'll stick by you forever, and do it in vain
You travel the houses, soothing the pain
Putting a smile on my face once again
So look at the heroes in the Liverpool rain
Are we here in vain

Stuck in a van, and to be honest again
Well, I don't give a damn
Stuck in this mood, and to be honest again
Well, it kinda feels good
Now my back hurts and it rains
And it rains and it rains
Screw England, well, we'll be young and insane
'Cause it's part of the game
And the dreams are the same
Are the same, always the same

So look at the hero in the Liverpool rain
I'll stick by you forever, and do it in vain
You travel the houses, soothing the pain
Putting a smile on my face once again
So look at the heroes in the Liverpool rain
Rain, rain

There's a part of me, there's a part of you
There's a history, to follow what to screw
There's a destiny, one for each of you
And it's such a must to ones to pull us through
Life got nothing than a little and a lot
I've got something to share, so much I forgot
Don't know what it means
Oh, the Liverpool I care

So look at the hero in the Liverpool rain
I'll stick by you forever, and do it in vain
You travel the houses, soothing the pain
Putting a smile on my face once again
So look at the heroes in the Liverpool rain
Rain, rain, rain

Yeah, look at the heroes in the Liverpool rain
I'll stick by you forever, to do it in vain
You travel the houses, soothing the pain
So look at the hero in the Liverpool rain
Rain


Lyrics submitted by Michiel4life

Liverpool Rain song meanings
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    General CommentI'm not really Racoon fan, but I like this song very much. It really sounds to me as if it's about a concert given in Liverpool although I doubt that they were in Liverpool for a concert. Te heroes in the Liverpool rain are the fans, they are out there listening to Racoon not minding that it's raining.
    Can't explain every line with this theory, so there's probably a better one :)
    Michiel4lifeon April 30, 2012   Link
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    General CommentI think this song is about them performing or tourning in England and being sick of it, probably because of the rain or that they were just very tired, or didn't see the point anymore. In the end the hero in the rain is probably the Racoon fan at the concert, whom he will ''stand by forever, doing it in vain''. The fans are ''putting a smile on his face once again''.
    I think it's a song dedicated to the fans who keep going to concerts, even when it's not a good day, or when they don't really feel like performing, or when it is literally raining (probably in the Netherlands as well, because it rains there a lot as well).
    Plottoberryon April 19, 2013   Link

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