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When the sins of my father
Weigh down in my soul
And the pain of my mother
Will not let me go
Well I know there can come fire from the sky
To refine
The old gate is rusting in the rain
Children, comin' home from school
No longer skim their pebbles on the old town creek
That just around the bend
Rain comes from the east one night
We watch it come
To hang like beaded curtains till the morning sun
Water dripping from our clothes
You, with
Said, one million years from today
I'm goin' to step on up to the Waterfront
Get in, get out of the rain
Come in, come out of the rain

So far, so
Said, one million years from today 
I'm goin' to step on up to the Waterfront 

Get in, get out of the rain 
Come in, come out of the rain 
So far,
Said, one million years from today
I'm goin' to step on up to the Waterfront
Get in, get out of the rain
Come in, come out of the rain

So far, so
your hand in mine 
Between the raindrops 
We sang time after time 

Rain rain go away 
Come again some other day 
Rain rain go away 
Bring my love
you find out there

A better rain
The kind that comes in off the coast and paints the sky
And lets you know that God's alive
A better rain
That'll
ground
Inch by inch, row by row, someone bless these seeds I sow
Someone warm them from below 'til the rain comes tumbling down

So plant your rows
rain

Still I sit beside the fire and watched as it fell
Come in colours from above into my citadel
My eyes are all embroidered with the rainbow you
I can still remember
When you moved in next door
I brought you some chocolate
From the corner candy store
When it started raining
You started
Down in Louisiana bayous by and by
Perogue pole or your natural soul
Keeps you tied to a tree high tide
Beer joint lights come on
And then
it's shady
Hundred-and-ten in the hot sun
Heat from the street burned the feet of the ladies
See how they run

Called down the lightnin'
By
Someone bless these seeds I sow
Someone warm them from below
Till the rain comes tumbling down
 
Pulling weeds and picking stones
Man is made of dreams
it's shady
Hundred-and-ten in the hot sun
Heat from the street burned the feet of the ladies
See how they run

Called down the lightnin'
By
Down in Louisiana bayous by and by
Perogue pole or your natural soul
Keeps you tied to a tree high tide
Beer joint lights come on
And then
Here I am lost in the wind
'Round in circles sailing
Like a ship that never comes in
Standing by myself

Sing a sad song for a good man
Sing
in my mind
I only hope one day I'll be free

I do my best not to complain
My face is dirty from the strain
I only hope one day I'll come clean
First day of August
Last rain was in May
When the rainmaker came to Kansas
In the middle of a dusty day

The rainmaker said to the people
"Tell
, rain.
We gotta leave this town.

And glover was a dancer,
Imitating eddie cochran by the jukebox.
In the corner of the room
'till he was lost.
'Cause that's the way of time
Nothing and no one goes unchanged

There are not many things in life
You can be sure of, except

Rain comes from
Down in Louisiana bayous by and by
A peirot pole or your natural soul
Keeps you tied to a tree high tide
Beer joint lights come on
And then crowd
With an answer in his hand
Come on down to the river of sight
And you can really understand
Red lights flashing through
The window in the rain
Can
ground
Inch by inch, row by row
Someone bless these seeds I sow

Someone warm them from below
'Til the rain comes tumbling down

Plant your rows
window pane
Your love's coming down like
Rain
Wash away my sorrow, take away my pain
Your love's coming down like

Here comes the sun, here comes the sun