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Raining In My Heart

All the sad songs take me back to you now that we are apart.
Now I know how Paul McCartney felt when he got up to say:
I wish it
him to beat it 'cause
I won't stop 'till I get enough
Do you remember the time
We were watching the "Billie Jean"
Video? well he'll always be that
to beat it 'cause
I won't stop 'till I get enough
Do you remember the time
We were watching the "Billie Jean" Video?
Well he'll always be that Michael to me
days
Under African skies

This is the story of how we begin to remember
This is the powerful pulsing of love in the vein
After the dream of falling
walked his days 
Under African skies 
This is the story of how we begin to remember 
This is the powerful pulsing of love in the vein 
After the dream
him to beat it 'cause
I won't stop 'till I get enough
Do you remember the time
We were watching the "Billie Jean" Video? 
Well he'll always be that
one, the evening shadows fell.
One by one by one, we heard the bell.
And I remember more than I can tell,
From Winchester.

Maybe there's no one
walked his days 
Under African skies 

This is the story of how we begin to remember 
This is the powerful pulsing of love in the vein 
After
that Tom Ford, Papi in that Thom Browne
Rick Owens, Raf Simons, boy she got it by the stock
She ball until she fall, that means she shop until she drop
(percussion)
Walt Fowler (trumpet)
Bruce Fowler (trombone)
Paul Carman (alto saxophone)
Albert Wing (tenor saxophone)
Kurt McGettrick (baritone saxophone)
Scott
gypsy wine saying
I can't believe how strange it is to be alive right now

I see the good people trying
I remember when comfort was not an option
(But we
nothing but love
Simon carnal, that's how it is, you're being missed
Now all we have are the firme memories
We used to share in the days when you were
love
And days are never long enough

Four more seasons on parade
Show their colors then they fade
But that won't happen to us, darlin'
We'll remember how
For the crime you standing on and walking on is getting poise
Plus the Cadillac's we pimpin so slightly you been slippin
On really how it goes when
I can still remember
When I bought my first guitar
Remember just how good the feeling
To put it proudly in my car
And my family listened fifty
his days
Under African skies

This is the story of how we begin to remember
This is the powerful pulsing of love in the vein
After the dream
walking up to me, yeah, I can hardly breathe
But then I see your smile and all my fears pass by
You ask me how I've been and can we still be friends
I
Like two lovers torn apart
Bound together by the breaking 
Of a tired and torrid heart

So we meet again my heartache
Just as leaves begin to change
I'll never forget no way, how they sold Marcus Garvey for rice
I'll never forget no way, how they turned their back on Paul Bogle
So don't you forget
Ya
We at the end of this shit
Finally at the end of this shit
My nigga Paul Law on vocals
Midwest side
Bout to drop a couple light weight verses
Words & Music by Paul Brandt


We've been around in circles 'bout a thousand times

babe it's been so long, and I just don't know why

Does it
that Tom Ford, Papi in that Thom Browne
Rick Owens, Raf Simons, boy she got it by the stock
She ball until she fall, that means she shop until she drop
might win
You know the way to stop me but you don't have the discipline
How many nights I prayed for this: to let my work begin

[Chorus:]
First we
how to shake your shaker
You know you know it's gonna make or break ya
I'll kick you round for awhile
And I'll sayonara you later

I'll remember
sparks against the sun
No one remembers where they begin
Or where we end

In and out, the days escape the damages of dawn
Still our dreams lie in