Charles Hedgepath
DOWN THE RAIN
By: Charles Hedgepath
Catalog ID: 449525   Duration: 3:26   Tempo: Med Slow   BPM: 85   Vocal: Male Vocals
Genre: Americana Music | Americana (pending categorization)
Social Media Link: http://www.audiosparx.com/sa/archive/Americana/Americana-pending/Down-the-Rain/449525
Simple acoustic song about the trails and tribulation of everyday life. Sounds like Steve Earle or John Prine.   Keywords: Male Vocals, Dobro, Acoustic Guitar Percussion.



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Lyrics:
On my blanket of costs
It's your face that's been lost
Crazy Like a firecracker, let you set off in my back yard
But it feels like a blank
Time to turn and walk down the rain

Sometimes I get a jig up but at taxpayer's costs
Here Lies Harvey Dooley, do you remember your own son
Let your body decide, Time to turn and wal down the rain

Today Spanish was real got my jeans on from Sears
Who's got my earrings, I can't remeber Friday Night
Now my adolesence's gone, Time to turn and walk down the rain
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