Paul Cook

Paul Cook

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Country - Religious | Wichita Falls, Texas, United States
Total Song Plays: 11,665   
Member Since: 2008
   Last Login: 11/17/2017

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Plays:

396

Song Description

Troubles come to all of us but what doesn't kill us makes us stronger.

Story Behind the Song

I always wanted to write a song that oozed with the soul of Ray Charles. I wish he was still alive and would record it! One day maybe on the other side...

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Broadjam Member Reviews

nice soulful blues with some cool sax , the vocalist has a curtis stigers kind of vocal which is good and suits this song.
enjoyable laid back and cool blues

    - Tristyn Leach

Awesome job on this song! Great, great instrumentation - very powerful! Great lyric writing and awesome vocals! Very emotionally evocative throughout! Fantastic

    - StarburstRecords
Lyrics

A Little Rain (James 1:2-3)
Consider it pure joy my brothers when you experience trials of many kinds,
because you know that the testing of your faith develops perseverance.

F, C Bb C
Sometimes. Bb
Life's not fair. F
Once in a while. Bb
It's more than you can bare. Dm C

The winds of change are blowing. Bb
The clouds start to churn. F
The lightning flashes all around G
It's time to take your turn. Bb C

A little rain must fall. F
Like teardrops from the sky C
Don't hold back Dm
Let them wash away your pain C Bb
Hold your head up high F
Look to the sky
You'll be better off on the other side C
At the height Dm
Of the storm
You will find your way C Bb
So don't be afraid. C.
Of a little rain. F

Some days. Bb
Life goes crazy. F
Some days. Bb
You can feel it in your bones. Dm C

You know hard times are coming. Bb
Drop down to your knees. F
Pour your heart out, keep the faith. G
He will guide you home Bb C

A little rain must fall. F
Like teardrops from the sky C
Don't hold back Dm
Let them wash away
Your pain
Hold your head up high F
Look to the sky
You'll be better off on the other side C
At the height Dm
Of the storm
You will find your way C Bb
So don't be afraid. C.
Of a little rain. F

Don't let doubts get you down. Bb
When the storm keeps raging on. F
Remember when you're really weak. G
Is when He's really strong (keep movin' on) Bb C

Copyright 2011 Paul Cook
Turtle on a Fencepost


Song Length
4:38
Genre
Blues - Gospel
Tempo / Feel
Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Mood
Moving

Subject Matter
Fear, Spirituality

Similar Artist
Ray Charles
Language
English
Era
1960 - 1969

Lyric Credits Paul Cook
Music Credits Paul Cook
Producer Credits Terry Mashburn
Publisher Credits Turtle on a Fencepost
Performance Credits Bobby Pennye
Label Credits Big Note