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Marty Robbins – After The Storm lyrics

We both have fought the storms of life together
And at times it seemed our world was gonna end
We've touched the thorns of life now we know better
And we're more in love now than we've ever been

After the storm comes the sunshine
The clouds are gone and the world is tame
Into each life there will be showers
But don't the world look brighter, after the rain

Well the sweetest love is when we're back together
And it's just like a second honeymoon
And we touched the thorns of life now we know better
And the rain just helps to make the roses bloom

After the storm comes the sunshine
The clouds are gone and the world is tame
Into each life there will be showers
But don't the world look brighter, after the rain
Don't the world look brighter, after the rain



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