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TEARS ARE ONLY RAIN
(Johnny Hatchcock - Weldon Allard)
« © '54 Brazos Valley Music »
When your lover cries hold her close and whisper low
That tears are only rain to make love grow
Kiss her tenderly tell her that you love her so
For tears are only rain to make love grow
Anyone can plant a seed but everybody knows
It needs both sun and rain before it blooms into a rose
When your lover cries hold her close and whisper low
That tears are only rain to make love grow
(Tears are only rain to make love grow)
When your lover smiles let her set your heart aglow
But don't forsake her when she's feeling low
Hold her to your heart dry her eyes and let her know
That tears are only rain to make love grow
She may smile because she knows your love is deep and true
But when she sheds a tears it may be cause of you
When your lover cries tell her that you love her so
For tears are only rain to make love grow



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