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On a Rainy Day
The rain has come one more time,
The love has gone one more time,
The happiness and joy left for now
The only thing I have is sadness for, now.
But can you tell me how come tears are coming down?
But can you tell me how come a young girl can’t find meaning to life?
No, No, No you can’t. You can’t give me the answers to my questions.
No, No, No you can’t. You can’t explain the pain I fell but I still feel it.
You can’t explain it because you don’t know it.
You can’t explain it because you haven’t experienced it.
On a rainy day anything can happen,
On a rainy day anything can shine,
But also on a rainy day anything and everything can die.
Dreams may flourish and come up to be,
But also they can be destroyed as they come up to be seen.
On a rainy day my dreams came up,
On a rainy day my dreams came down,
But today on a rainy day,
My heat holds those dreams,
My heart holds those that want to be accomplished.
Maybe not today or tomorrow,
But before a year or a decade,
Maybe before it’s too late,
Maybe on a Rainy Day.