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Lonesome Rain

You never seemed to care How many tears I sat and cried I saw no remorse For those lies you sat and lied You didn't stop to think On those words that brought me pain Now you're the one left standing In that cold, lonesome rain Lonesome rain The one that keeps pouring down Lonesome rain The one that turns life upside down Lonesome rain That long, cold, lonesome rain Where are those friends That were more important than me? And what happened to that ladies' man You said you'de always be? Now it's just grey skies You and the pain Your world has become That cold lonesome rain I now dance in sunshine As your world comes pouring down It's called poetic justice For all those nights you hit the town Now, it's just those grey skies You and the pain As your days are carried out In that cold, lonesome rain

Copyright © | Year Posted 2005




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