Here Comes That Day

Album: MantaRay (2007)
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  • Your house of cards is tumbling all around you
    With its feet of clay
    And you pretend that it doesn't matter
    And that you're not scared

    Oh, here comes that day
    Oh, here comes the rain on your parade
    There's a price to pay
    For a life of insincerity

    Always smiling, never with a frown on
    A mask of hidden tears
    Have the courage to say what you mean now
    And mean what you say

    Oh, here comes that day
    Oh, here comes the rain on your parade
    There's a price to pay
    For a life of insincerity

    Here comes that day
    Here comes the rain on your parade

    You wanted life uncomplicated
    Only pleasantries
    And like a fool you thought
    Life could be cheated of life's realities

    Oh, here comes that day
    Oh, here comes the rain on your parade
    There's a price to pay
    For a life of insincerity

    Oh, here comes that day
    Oh, here comes that rain on your parade
    There's a price to pay
    For a life of insincerity

    Here comes that day
    Here comes the rain
    Here comes that day
    Here comes the rain
    Here comes that day

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  • Ricardo from Mexico CityMasterclass pop from the great Siouxsie. I miss her
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