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The Rain
by Doug Berman

Consider me because I threw it all away
And now the breeze can sweep my skin and bones to sea
So consider these hands to hold your dreams, your face, your fears, your heart
Your pleas for God to send you one last breath to whisper I was right for you

But we always fail
We always fail to see before the sun goes down
The reasons why we're all alone and
We always fail
We always fail to feel until we're miles apart
But I feel you when the clouds they part and break.

Consider me because I threw it all away
But still my hollow frame cannot persuade you to see
So consider these hands to haunt your dreams, and draw your tears and make
You pray for God to give you one last fighting chance for me

Cause we always fail
We always fail to see before the sun goes down
The reasons why we're all alone and
We always fail
We always fail to feel until we're miles apart
And I feel you when the clouds they part

But the light you send jettisons through cracks
In walls not knowing where to fall
But it finds a place in me
Yeah it finds a place in me
If we could catch it up in memories to remind ourselves
Well I'd keep it in jars and I'd line my shelves
Cause you find a place in me
Yeah you find a place in me

But we always fail
We always fail to see before the sun it sets
The reasons for this emptiness and
We always fail
We always fail to feel until we're miles apart
But I feel you when the clouds they start to rain.

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