Good Summer Rain

Song Length 4:06 Genre Pop - General,

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Good Summer Rain
By Alyssa Hendrix

I've got this old body
To keep me on course
And I've got these old songs
And I've got my remorse
I've chewed off my nails
I've been dreaming in verse
And these lyrics I'm writing
Are quaintly perverse
But as my watch unwinds
And as my table smolders
I'll heave these old keys
Up onto my big shoulders
And I'll kiss you goodbye
Long enough to remind me
And I'll steal out the back door
And close it softly behind me

Don't ask me for reasons
'Cause I can't explain
There's just something so restless
About a good summer rain
And I'm not one to argue
So in all likelihood
As soon as the rain stops
I'll be leaving for good

I know you'll come looking
You'll follow my trail
And your hair will grow long
And your legs will grow frail
But when it's finally turned cold again
Please go home and stay dry
You'll find far more comfort
From that inked-over sky
And if you leave on the porch light
And keep the coffee warm
I'll come walking home someday
With a worn thunderstorm
And wrapped up in old blankets
With no songs and no plans
I will give you my stories
And you will give me your hands

Don't ask me for reasons
'Cause I can't explain
There's just something so restless
About a good summer rain
And I'm not one to argue
So in all likelihood
As soon as the rain stops
I'll be leaving for good

And I'm not one to argue
So in all likelihood
As soon as the rain stops
I'll be leaving for good

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