"Rain" as written by Joan Beatrice Elizabeth Haines and Rose Marie Cooper....
As my footsteps join your rhythm
We will dance away the miles
Whichever road you walk I'll be there
Though the night may have its secrets
You have lent your company
We'll travel down the road without a care

Though you sting the very mouth that sings your praise
No there's no malice in the pain
Just your way of saying who you are
You're the bringer of my comfort,
You're the rain

I have known the time for cursing
As your spoiling fingers dance,
On some sun-drenched dream of soft grass, silk and love
But tonight I know your purpose,
I'm content to share your ways
As you whisper down your friendship from above

Though you sting the very mouth that sings your praise
No there's no malice in the pain
Just your way of saying who you are
You're the bringer of my comfort,
You're the rain

My journey's all but over
Just the last few steps to take
Before I lay me down join my dreams
For your company my thanks
And I hope when next we meet
I'll recall tonight remembering those schemes

Though you sting the very mouth that sings your praise
No there's no malice in the pain
Just your way of saying who you are
You're the bringer of my comfort,
You're the rain


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Rain song meanings
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