"Dry Rain" as written by and Curtis Kirkwood Cris Kirkwood....
Give me lots of money
A house upon a hill
Send me pretty women
Or threaten me and still
I can't be counted on

I'll come up to your house
And attempt to fix your sink
Do a mediocre job
As I'm leaving you will think
I can't be counted on

If you're needing something
You know that I'll be gone
I will not answer when you call
If you're waiting for me
Then you'll be waiting long
I can't be counted on at all

My eye is on the pork
The pork is in the pan
If something needs a'doing
Well you know I'm not your man
I can't be counted on

If you're counting on me
You know I'll let you down
You can't be counting on me
Cause you know I'm just a clown
I can't be counted on


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"Dry Rain" as written by Curtis Kirkwood Cris Kirkwood

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    Song MeaningI think it's about a girl leading him on to believe they'll have a real relationship, but she doesn't deliver. There's plenty of other girls interested in him, but he wont be swept away. I think the last part of Pharoahs, hats and guns, are things/hobbies/studies he's been filling the void with as he's biding his time waiting for whatever promises she's made him.
    MaybeImJustTreedButon September 14, 2012   Link

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