Don’t take Away My Rain (I May Need It)

Only a month ago on the day, they call independence day,
The rush was so sweet and that night so complete,
I truly felt alive and whole, everything was finally OK…

Next evening the clouds came from the sky,
Consequences of that silly incidence,
And it made me wonder why oh why?

But you can’t give up and you can’t lay down,
Don’t let that old devil have his crown,
because you never know, because you never know,
Just because the mountains tall,
well, that doesn’t mean shit at all,
And even if it’s a lifetime or a day,
You still have time to dance and sway,
please don’t waste the day…
Because you never know…

You may know all the pain I’ve seen, but I’m not sure if you know what it means,
It is not just a feeling of the hurt, but rather the way the healing flirts,
I won’t go away, I won’t back down, I will continue to stand my ground,
For you and me and everyone…

You can’t give up and you can’t lay down,
Don’t let that old devil have his crown,
because you never know, because you never know,
Just because the mountains tall,
well, that doesn’t mean shit at all,
And even if it’s a lifetime or a day,
You still have time to dance and sway,
please don’t waste the day…
Because you never know…

Don’t you dare take my pain, don’t you dare take my rain, don’t you try and take the only things that will make me stronger………..

Don’t you dare take my pain, don’t you dare take my rain, don’t you try and take the only things that will make me stronger………..
Thomas Spychalski 

2 Responses to Don’t take Away My Rain (I May Need It)

  1. dawnfanshawe says:

    I get the feeling these are lyrics and should be sung?

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