Down here the river meets the sea
In the sticky heat I feel you open up to me
Love comes out of no where, baby,
Oh, just like a hurricane
And it feels like rain
And it feels like rain

Lying underneath the stars right next to you
And I'm wondering who you are,
And how do you do, how do you do baby
Oh, the clouds roll in across the moon,
And the wind howls out your name
And it feels like rain
And it feels like rain

We never gonna make that bridge tonight, baby
Set across the Poncetrain
And it feels like rain
And it feels like rain

Batten down the hatches, baby
Leave your heart out on your sleeve
Looks like we're in for stormy,
Stormy, stormy weather
That ain't no cause to leave
Just like
Let it wash away the pain
And it feels like rain
And it feels like rain
Baby can you feel it, can you feel it
It feels like rain
Baby, can you feel it, can you feel it
Feels like rain
Let your love, let your love come down
Oh, down on me

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It Feels Like Rain Lyrics as written by John Hiatt

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    I <3 these lyrics!! They are so sensual & lovely.. John Mayer and Buddy Guy TORE THIS UP!!!! (In a good way)They didn't sing all of these lyrics but it was a-maz-ing! Buddy Guy's rough voice against John's silky sweet voice was so good, it's the best song I've ever heard...ever.It's not listed under John. I would love to hear this version though....

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