Walking In The Rain
Colin Blunstone Lyrics


After all this time
I can still taste your mouth
When Miles was on the radio
And all the lights were out

But we were too young to really understand
This kind of blue
And I still believed forever came
When I was holding you
And we were
Lost in the innocence of youth

It was a time of revolution
When all the world went mad
And the stars that took you far away
Would never bring you back

And if I'd spoken to you then maybe I'd have stood a chance
To make you stay
One more night
One more day

In every silence I can hear your name
Now that you've gone
It's not the same
I only find you when I'm walking in the rain

Well I lost you in America
When all your dreams came true
But it's a cruel world we're living in
And time ran out on you

And now that the camera doesn't love you
Like it used to do
I wonder if you listen to
Miles play 'Kinda Blue'
Like I do

In every silence I can hear your name
Now that you've gone
It's not the same
I only find you when I'm walking in the rain

Lyrics © O/B/O APRA AMCOS
Written by: CHRIS BAILEY, COLIN EDWARD MICHAEL BLUNSTONE

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