"God Makes The Rain" as written by and Fred Leblanc....
I should've know thered'd be danger
When I saw your face in the crowd
Now I'm trying to work past my anger
I should know better by now
I used to believe in the love songs
That took me so long to write down
Every word that you say
Takes my breath away
But I should know better by now

I've known your sorrow,
But everybody's tasted pain
I've known your sorrow
Since God made the rain
I see tomorrow when God makes the rain

I used to believe in the spirits
That turned all your words into sound
But I was your walk on the wild side
I should know better by now
And if you see me looking for something
Or someone who'll never be found
When I look your way,
Turn your eyes astray
Cause I should know better by now

I used to hold my fury
And keep it bottled tight
And wrestle with the consequences
Each and every night
But if I put my faith in someone
Who was only trying to bring me down
I wouldn't stand
Where I am standing now

I've known your sorrow,
When everybody turned away
I'll be tomorrow,
When God makes the rain

Lyrics submitted by Demau Senae

"God Makes the Rain" as written by Fred Leblanc

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