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A Summer Night’s Rain

(Bob Nolan)

 

Sing along with the Sons of the Pioneers

 

Loneliness is just that I need someone.

The desert flowers, they need someone, too.

The thirsty earth invites the summer raindrop.

Through this lonely night I wait for you.

  

Far o’er the plains, the summer night rains

Fall soft as twilight dew.

Come from on high where sad angels cry.

I guess they’re lonesome, too.

Low in the sky comes a trail of gray,

Breathing a sigh to the newborn day

While it rains to comfort the plain down here,

But where are you?

While it rains to comfort the plain down here,

But where are you?

 

 

 

 

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