I'm gonna love you
Like nobody's loved you come rain or come shine
High as a mountain and deep as a river
Come rain or come shine

Well I guess when you met me (when you met me)
It was just one of those things (one of those things)'
But don't ever bet me
'Cause I'm gonna be true if you let me
And you're gonna love me (I'm gonna love you)
Like nobody's loved me (like nobody's love you)
Come rain or come shine (come rain or shine)

Happy together, or unhappy together (unhappy together)
And won't that be fine
Days may be cloudy
Or sunny (or sunny)
We're in or we're out of the money (out of the money)
But I'm with you always
I'm with you rain or shine

Oh yeah (aha)

Well I guess when you met me (when you met me)
It was just one of those things
No but don't
Don't ever bet me
'Cause I'm gonna be true if you let me

I'm gonna let you know
I'm gonna love you (oh yeah?)
Like nobody's loved you (alright)
Come rain or come shine

Happy together
Unhappy together and won't that just be fine
Days may be cloudy or sunny, yeah
We're in or we're out of the money (out of the money)
'Cause I'm with you always (I'm with you always)
Come rain or come shine
Rain or come shine
I'm with you always
I'm with you, I'm with you rain or shine

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Come Rain or Come Shine Lyrics as written by Johnny Mercer Harold Arlen

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    wow i can't believe no one commented this song yet!well the real one bye billie holiday is better but these are the same lyrics i find this song terrible romantic.it makes me smile=)

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