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Slim Harpo – Rainin' In My Heart lyrics

Rainin' In My Heart 2: 33 Trk 8
(James Isaac Moore and Jerry West)
Slim Harpo
Slim Harpo - vocal & harmonica
Rudolph Richard, James Johnson - guitars
T. J. Kitchen bass, Sammy K. Brown - drums
Pop Chart #34 May 29, 1961
Recorded: Crowley, Louisiana, November 1960
Album: The Best of Slim Harpo hipd40072
Excello Records 2194

Rainin' in my heart
Since we've been apart
I know I was wrong
Baby, please come home

You got me cryin'
'Bout to lose my mind
Don't let me cry in vain
Try my love just once, again

(harmonica & instrumental)

Honey, I need your love
Darlin', you know why
If you would come back home
They'll be no need for me to cry

Raining in my heart
Since we been apart
I know I was wrong
Baby, please come home.

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