Look Through My Window

Album: Deliver (1966)
Charted: 24
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  • And the rain beats on my roof
    And it does not ask for proof

    It's not that lovers are unkind
    She always said there'd come a time
    When one would leave and one stay behind
    We both knew people sometimes change
    And lovers sometimes rearrange
    And nothing's quite as sure as change
    And the rain beats on my roof

    Look through my window to the street below
    See the people hurryin' by
    With someone to meet, some place to go
    And I know I should let go

    She always said I'm not like you
    When love is dead for me it's through
    And I will find and love someone new

    Look through my window to the street below
    See the people hurryin' by
    With someone to meet, some place to go
    And I know I should let go

    I must admit she knew her mind
    And it will not take her long to find
    Another place where the sun will shine

    And the rain beats on my roof
    If I still require proof
    Well the rain beats on my roof (she's gone)
    If I still require proof (she's gone)
    Well the rain beats on my roof (look through my window) Writer/s: JOHN EDMUND ANDREW PHILLIPS
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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  • Mavis from Upper MidwestMourned the loss of my first boyfriend with this song.
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