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Reclaim The Rain

 
uploaded: Tue, Jul 10, 2012 @ 2:38 AM last modified: Sat, Jun 3, 2017 @ 10:13 PM  (replace)
byDonnie Ozone
FeaturingRobbero
length3:51
BPM75
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About this beat:
Robbero sampled Scomber who covered Kaer Trouz’s ‘Reclaimation.’

Thanks to all above for contributing to and inspiring this remix.

& thanks to the Rain!

Rain keeps the world moving
It’s a heavenly blessing
There’s no need to complain
Or to say it’s depressing

It’s time to give thanks
For being dry inside
You’re not out on the streets
Just trying to get by

Some people outside
Are just trying to survive
You’ve got a roof over your head
And support by your side

Look, rain can even show us
That we’re all the same
Cause no matter who you are
You can’t escape the rain

It doesn’t matter where you’re from
Or what you do
When it starts to rain
It’s gonna fall on you

See, it keeps the world moving
It’s a heavenly blessing
There’s no need to complain
Or to say it’s depressing

Rain,
Sometimes it’s got to rain
To wash away our sins and our pains,
Rain,
To wash away the hate that remains,
Rain,
To cry for all the ones who were slain,
Rain,
Reclaim The Rain

Rain keeps the world moving
It’s a heavenly blessing
There’s no need to complain
Or to say it’s depressing

It keeps the rivers running
And the reservoirs spilling
Into our cups for drinking
And our bathtubs for bathing

I love when it’s raining
Especially in the evening
It sounds so soothing
And it’s perfect for sleeping

The clouds will keep moving
Soon the sun will start shining
A reminder that all things
Are constantly changing

Thanks to the rain
There’ll be no drought this season
The crops will keep growing
To eat when it’s snowing

It keeps the world moving
It’s a heavenly blessing
There’s no need to complain
Or to say it’s depressing

Rain,
Sometimes it’s got to rain
To wash away our sins and our pains,
Rain,
To wash away the hate that remains,
Rain,
To cry for all the ones who were slain,
Rain,
Reclaim The Rain
 

"Reclaim The Rain"
by Donnie Ozone

2012 - Licensed under
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