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Another Rainy DAy

She wakes up every morning
with a storm cloud hanging over her head
She greets it without thinking
with an old, familiar dread
And as she goes about her day
the shadow never seems to fade
'til she falls back into bed and the end
of another rainy day

It's the times when she slows down
that the darkest shadows seem to form
So she spends her days in moving
trying to keep ahead of the storm
But it's always one thing then the next
and never a chance to catch her breath
And her worn out coat and boots are drenched
from another rainy day

And she thinks to herself
What's the use in fighting this way?
May as well ask a single stone
to keep the ocean at bay
And don't they say that all those showers in April
lead to blooming flowers in May?
So throw out your umbrella
and step outside to dance in the rain

Now she wakes up every morning
with a storm cloud hanging over her head
She greets it without thinking
like an old, familiar friend
And though it never seems to fade
she knows that at the end of the day
she gets to crawl back into bed and get ready
for another rainy day
Another rainy day
It's another rainy day

Farewell

The time has come as it always does
For us to part my friend
To go our separate ways ‘til life
Brings us back again
But don’t grieve for the time that we’re apart
For me, don’t shed a tear
For you know that as we walk our roads
They’ll lead us right back here 

We’re throwing back our drinks
And we’re heading for the door
We’ll soon see what tomorrow has in store
Though parting has it’s sorrows
We haven’t reached the end
We’ll say farewell so we can meet again
We’ll say farewell so we can meet again

This happy place and these pleasant folk
You know they’re close to my heart
The laughter through the sun and the rain
I’ll miss when once we part
And like you I will be sad to go
To leave such friends as these
But the waves must carry me away
Upon life’s distant seas

We’re throwing back our drinks 
And we’re heading for the door 
We’ll soon see what tomorrow has in store 
Though parting has it’s sorrows 
We haven’t reached the end 
We’ll say farewell so we can meet again 
We’ll say farewell so we can meet again

I wish the night would never end
That the sun would refuse to rise
That the moon and the stars above us
Would ever light the skies
But the sorrow we feel with this parting glass
Is proof we’ll meet again
For this great night must come to a close
So a new one can begin 

The time has come as it always does
For us to part my friend
To go our separate ways ‘til life
Brings us back again
But don’t grieve for the time that we’re apart
For me, don’t shed a tear
For you know that as we walk our roads
They’ll lead us right back here

We’re throwing back our drinks 
And we’re heading for the door 
We’ll soon see what tomorrow has in store 
Though parting has it’s sorrows 
We haven’t reached the end 
We’ll say farewell so we can meet again 
We’ll say farewell so we can meet again
We’ll say farewell so we can meet again

Lonely Man

A man walks in and sits down at the bar
He settles at the end by himself
The line on his drawn and haggard face tell a tale
of a time he's lost and cannot find again

His eyes don't see, his ears don't seem to hear
as he stares into the depths of his drink
Heedless of the world around, the only thing that's real
is the bottom of his glass and what it holds

No one else seems to see him there
sitting on his stool, his head bent
Lost within himself, a lonely boat out on a sea
too vast to even know he's there

No one knows the lonely man
No one heeds him at all
No one grieves the lonely man
No one needs him at all

It's late and he decides it's time to go
He calls for one more drink before he leaves
And as she pours, the barkeep says to him, "Good night, and safe home."
He pauses and stares into the gin
as this woman shares a moment with him
Then he simple walks away and grins 

Waiting

Sitting back, watching the time tick past 
The clock is anything but fast 
Got no choice but to wait 
Did my part, played my hand the best I know 
Waiting for the river to show 
Got no choice but to wait 

And it's the waiting that'll kill you, you never know what to say 
You think you've got it figured out but the wind blows the other way 
Waiting seems like more than you can take 

Staring off, putting it from my mind 
I know it's gonna take some time 
I'll just have to wait 
It's out of my hands, as hard as that is to say 
It may not go my way 
I'll just have to wait 

And it's the waiting that'll kill you, you never know what to say  
You think you've got it figured out but the wind blows the other way  
Waiting seems like more than you can take 

And it's the waiting that'll kill you, you never know what to say  
You think you've got it figured out but the wind blows the other way  
Waiting seems like more than you can take

A Walk by the Water

There I was down walking by the water 
The collar of my coat 
pulled up high against the breeze 
A chilly Sunday morning in November 
No sound but the rushing water 
and the leaves between my feet 

I watched the sun peak over the treetops 
and cast its sparkling visage 
on the river down below 
The rays began to warm the autumn morning 
The sunlight glinted gently 
on the leaves of frosted gold 

I thought I heard somebody say my name 
Not more than a gentle whisper 
over the sound of the breeze 
But when I turned, nobody stood to answer 
And the whisper faded back 
into the sound of the waves 

So here I am down walking by the water 
The collar of my coat 
pulled up high against the breeze 
A chilly Sunday morning in November 
No sound but the rushing water 
and the leaves between my feet