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Randy Montana – Goodbye Rain lyrics
It was coming down, I was packing up the car
No room for my chair or my old guitar
So quick check, got my wallet, got my cigarettes
Got everything I need to get out of this town
Nothing on my mind now but moving on
Get a little road between you and me, and
Right and wrong
Lord, it's better already, it just don't seem so heavy
In this midnight, moonlight, shining like a spotlight
Chorus:
Ninety miles an hour like a bullet
Like a one-way, fast train out of this pain
Ooh, yeah, don't it feel good to just run away
Goodbye rain, goodbye rain
I can only hope and pray I haven't seen my best day
And it's around the next corner just beyond the grey
'Cause I've been everywhere, seen everything
I've ever seen
Out the window of this getaway Grand Am
When this rearview heartache catches up again
And I draw the same card, the same old losing hand
I'll get the wind against my back, be like a firecracker
Just another bitter end gone again before the storm sets in
Repeat Chorus Twice
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