I've been searching every nightclub from Marais to Montparnasse
Clouds above are crying I'm a stranger you can trust
Heartaches I'm escaping love that's gone insane
Fountains heal the heartache, Paris in the rain, Paris in the rain
Paris in the rain, Paris in the rain

Where I love to love you
Where I love to love you
Where I love to love you
Where I love to love you

Catwalk something gaultier looking sharp in a mcqueen
Dior Galliano share the glamor of the scene
But seasons have an ending and the glamor was in vain
Fountains heal the heartache, Paris in the rain, Paris in the rain
Paris in the rain, Paris in the rain

Where I love to love you
Where I love to love you
Where I love to love you
Where I love to love you

Smiling through ovations at a fashion year?s awards
Then she's crying to the airport from place De La Concorde
It?s a city built on romance love that's gone insane
Fountains heal the heartache, Paris in the rain, Paris in the rain
Paris in the rain, Paris in the rain

Where I love to love you
Where I love to love you
Where I love to love you
Where I love to love you

Paris in the rain
Where I love to love you
Paris in the rain
Where I love to love you

Paris in the rain
Where I love to love you
Paris in the rain
Where I love to love you

Paris in the rain
Paris in the rain
Paris in the rain
Paris in the rain



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Paris in the Rain Lyrics as written by Anders Erik Hansson Alexander Bengt Magnus Bard

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