"The Rain Falls On The Just" as written by Rebecca Jones, Sam Stubbings and James Ginzburg....
I was a warrior, guarding a temple
Stood like a statue, brittle and cold
I was a family man, turned to a martyr
Big decoration, ribbons and gold
I was a prisoner, locked in a cycle
Written in history, chapter and verse
I am a messenger, living example
Read what you want from me
Learn from the curse

The rain falls on the just, and the unjust just the same

I am cacaphony, duel personality
I am the voice you hear, screaming inside
I am the gravity, pulling you back to me
I am the chemical, keeping you high
I am in everything, I am in everyone
I am the lifeblood, gristle and bone
I am your oxygen, I am your only friend
I am your life support,
You're not alone

The rain falls on the just, and the unjust just the same



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