Never Seen the Rain

Album: The Kids Are Coming (2019)
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  • All your life, no
    You couldn't be mad about it
    You've been sailing, sailing oh
    You couldn't be sad about it
    And it's been all this time
    And you haven't lived without-out it
    You are shining, shining it seems though
    That your life, you've found it

    No oh oh oh
    But you've never
    No, you've never seen the rain
    No, oh oh oh
    But you've never
    No, you've never seen the rain

    And it gets you down
    But that's okay
    You've been pushed 'round
    You feel the pain
    And when you fall
    Just lean on me
    'Cause you've never known
    Never seen, never smelt, never felt
    The rain
    Rain, never felt the rain, rain, rain

    It's a cold dark night and
    No ones tryin' to find ya
    You're just coasting, coasting by
    'Cause nothing seems to mind ya

    No, oh oh oh
    But you've never
    No, you've never seen the rain
    No, oh oh oh
    But you've never
    No you've never seen the rain

    And it gets you down
    But that's okay
    You've been pushed 'round
    You feel the pain
    And when you fall
    Just lean on me
    'Cause you've never known
    Never seen, never smelt, never felt
    The rain
    Rain, never felt the rain, rain, rain

    And it gets you down
    But that's okay
    You've been pushed 'round
    You feel the pain
    And when you fall
    Just lean on me
    'Cause you've never known
    Never seen, never smelt, never felt
    The rain
    Rain, never felt the rain, rain, rain Writer/s: Toni Watson
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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