Sunday Rain

Album: Concrete and Gold (2017)
  • You say I take it for granted
    I say you've taken it all
    Say you can take it or leave it
    You got your head in the ceiling
    When are you gonna come down?
    When you're that high, can you feel it?

    Don't leave me drowning in your Sunday rain
    It's right down the drain I go
    Don't leave me drowning in your Sunday rain
    It's always a shame, oh no

    You wanna tell me a secret
    You think I'm gonna find out
    You tell the lie, you should keep it
    Don't wanna know where it's leading
    Don't want to follow you 'round
    My first mistake was believing

    Don't leave me drowning in your Sunday rain
    It's right down the drain I go
    Don't leave me drowning in your Sunday rain
    It's always a shame, oh no

    Are you a little afraid?
    A little alone?
    A little exhausted?
    Do you give it away? (do you give it away?)
    Do you let go? (do you let go?)
    Where do you find it?

    Don't leave me drowning in your Sunday rain
    It's right down the drain I go
    Don't leave me drowning in your Sunday rain
    It's always a shame, oh no

    Don't leave me drowning in your Sunday rain
    It's right down the drain I go
    Don't leave me drowning in your Sunday rain
    It's always a shame, oh no

    Are you a little afraid?
    A little alone?
    A little exhausted?
    Do you give it away?
    Do you let go?
    How do you find it?

    Are you a little afraid?
    A little alone?
    A little exhausted?
    Do you give it away?
    Do you let go?
    How do you find it?

    Are you a little afraid?
    A little alone?
    A little exhausted?
    Do you give it away?
    Do you let go?
    Oh Writer/s: Rami Jaffee, Nate Mendel, Chris Shifflet, Georg Ruthenberg, David Eric Grohl, Odie Hawkins
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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