Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Zetta Bytes - When The Rain Falls

I don't understand, this should be so easy
To just reach out my hand, I know the world is real
But nothing's as it seems, oh I can tell you freely
Touching's not the only way to feel

When the rain falls it's like Heaven's crying
And the names are the difference that there is
Cause tears are the same when they are trying to
Grow something good out of all pain, pain
There's no difference between the teardrops and the rain

I know you're probably saying, that I'm just talking crazy
To think of life that way means that I'm confused
There's happy and there's sad, but maybe yes just maybe
The sadness can make the happiness more true

When the rain falls it's like Heaven's crying
And the names are the difference that there is
Cause tears are the same when they are trying to
Grow something good out of all pain, pain
There's no difference between the teardrops and the rain

Because I know they're both so necessary
I don't let it bother me at all, oh

When the rain falls it's like Heaven's crying
And the names are the difference that there is
Cause tears are the same when they are trying to
Grow something good out of all pain
There's no difference between the teardrops and the rain

7 comments:

Belle - A Beauty livin with her Beast said...

(((((HUGS))))))

Susan said...

Exactly what Belle said above..

WNG said...

Huggles, NoR, and mental vodka too :)

NoRegrets said...

Thanks all.

I put that up, and then biked home from work. A small thunderstorm went through as I was biking. So I got rained on. Very appropriate I thought. And then the sun came out and there was a gorgeous double rainbow that I could almost touch the end of. Life goes on...

Tera said...

"When the rain falls it's like Heaven's crying"

I love this.

Churlita said...

Loved it. Not the pain that inspired it, but what came from it. Does that makes sense?

NoRegrets said...

yeah, I liked it a lot. I forget now what I googled, but this came up. I didn't like the singing but I liked the words.