Kiss The Rain

Album: Growing Pains (1997)
Charted: 4 15
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  • Hello
    Can you hear me?
    Am I getting through to you?
    Hello
    Is it late there?
    Is there laughter on the line?
    Are you sure you're there alone?
    'Cause I'm
    Trying to explain
    Something's wrong
    You just don't sound the same

    Why don't you
    Why don't you
    Go outside
    Go outside

    Kiss the rain
    Whenever you need me
    Kiss the rain
    Whenever I'm gone too long
    If your lips feel lonely and thirsty
    Kiss the rain
    And wait for the dawn
    Keep in mind
    We're under the same sky
    And the night's
    As empty for me as for you
    If you feel
    You can't wait 'til morning
    Kiss the rain
    Kiss the rain
    Kiss the rain

    Hello
    Do you miss me?
    I hear you say you do
    But not the way I'm missing you
    What's new?
    How's the weather?
    Is it stormy where you are?
    You sound so close but it feels like you're so far
    Oh, would it mean anything
    If you knew
    What I'm left imagining
    In my mind
    In my mind
    Would you go
    Would you go

    Kiss the rain

    As you fall
    Over me
    Think of me
    Think of me
    Think of me
    Only me
    Kiss the rain
    Whenever you need me
    Kiss the rain
    Whenever I'm gone too long
    If your lips
    Feel hungry and tempted
    Kiss the rain
    And wait for the dawn
    Keep in mind
    We're under the same sky
    And the night's
    As empty for me as for you
    If you feel you can't wait 'til morning
    Kiss the rain
    Kiss the rain
    Kiss the rain
    Kiss the rain

    (Kiss the rain)
    (Kiss the rain)
    (Kiss the rain)

    Hello
    Can you hear me?
    Can you hear me?
    Can you hear me?

Comments: 2

  • Dave from Cardiff, WalesA No.15 hit in the States in 1997, it was an even bigger hit in Billie Myers' native Britain, where it made No.3 in early 1998
  • Amanda from Dover, Pai love this song, it is such a good and beautiful song
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