Let It Rain

Album: Waitin' In The Country (2007)
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  • A storm on the horizon weather's coming in
    Smell of the rain takes me back again
    To a morning just like this clouds filled the sky
    And every time I I think about that day I said goodbye

    My heart beats like thunder as I call out your name
    And all my tears start falling down like the rain
    So let it rain let it rain

    I remember back in college you loved these kind of days
    When we'd run off to your apartment and hide away
    We'd talk about forever and how we'd share our lives
    It never crossed my mind I'd be without you here tonight


    I'm not afraid of dying it's something we all do
    But I'm scared to death of living the rest of my life without you Writer/s: JEFFREY DAVID STEVENS, TERRY ALLAN MCBRIDE
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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