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The Day the Rain Broke Lyrics Meanings
by Lindsay Phillips

The Day the Rain Broke Lyrics

So I buried you beneath the wilted tree
Wrote a song to preserve your memory
And I can't quite recall
If the rain broke, or did fall
Laid to rest for all immunity

There's a piece of me got left behind
There's a piece of you was never found
Still you took all you need
So please don't bother me
Lay low, lay low
You're haunting me

Then came a sigh
As the white rose of the night
Shielded her eyes
To the painful mourning light

All is still in the dirt
And yet you breathe
There is life in you, ailing majesty
Did you wallow? in the black
Under shark-tooth heart attack

Don't make a sound

Writer(s): Lindsay Phillips
Copyright(s): Lyrics © DistroKid
Lyrics Licensed & Provided by LyricFind

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