The Riverbed

Album: Grey Britain (2009)
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  • Let it rain.
    Walk in slow with arms outstretched,
    We are the brothers,
    In my brothers I trust,
    I know that the devil watches over us,
    Walk in slow with arms outstretched,
    Breathe in deep, hold your breath.
    Let it rain.
    Let it rain on me. Writer/s: CHRISTOPHER FRANK CARTER, LAURENT BENJAMIN BARNARD, LEE PHILLIP BARRATT, STEPHEN WILLIAM RICHARD CARTER, STUART LESLIE GILI-ROSS
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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