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Deacon Blue Lyrics
"Raintown"

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It's a rain dirt town, job hurts, but it don't pay
All these calls they're making been driving you insane
Don't you see, don't you understand?

Waiting for the phone to ring, to make me all I am
You're in the suburbs waiting for somewhere to go
I'm down here working on some dumb show

In a raintown, raintown, rain down
On all those tired eyes and tears, and frowns
Raintown, raintown, rain down
On all those days you're not around

It takes a big hearted girl from the north country you can tell
How you payed those bills and went through heaven and hell
And you cried and you traveled, and you spat but you never asked

Well, how long, how long, how long is this pain?
You're on for three minutes trying hard to say, "Hello"
I'm down here working on some dumb show

In a raintown, raintown, rain down
On all those tired eyes and tears, and frowns
Raintown, raintown, rain down
On all those days you're not around

Sitting at home, listening to your radio
I'm listening for your old friend
Talking on some dumb show
[Incomprehensible]
Raintown, raintown, rain down
On all those tired eyes and tears, and frowns
Raintown, raintown, rain down
On all those days you're not around

Raintown, raintown, rain down
On all those tired eyes and tears, and frowns
Raintown, raintown, rain down
On all those days you're not around
You're not around, you're not around
This song is from the album "Raintown" and "Dignity-The Best Of".