Small Grey Rain

(Ralph Covert -Waterdog Music / ASCAP)

You stay in your room, I stay in my world
Somehow there always seems to be a door between us
You turn too soon, I take it too far
We lose control and seem to tumble from each other

You want my heart, I want your mind
We get confused and settle for each other's bodies
You push me away, I just can't commit
We fight too much to have a chance of being happy

It's Sunday morning, I'm watching you sleep
And without warning all the things we fight about
Slip away like small grey rain

You're always on time, I'm always in tune
With parts of life you never seem to need to notice
You cut me with words, I try to explain
There seems to be so much to say we lose in language

It's Sunday morning, I'm watching you sleep
And without warning all the things we fight about
Slip away like small grey rain

Spinning our wheels trying to find ourselves
Looking in different directions
Is that why it feels like we never seem
To really see each other

You stay in your room, I stay in my world
Somehow there always seems to be a door between us
You turn too soon, I take it too far
We lose control and seem to tumble from each other

You pray to a God, I live day to day
We disagree about the things that really matter
But isn't it grand to be so in love
And stumble home at six a.m. splashing in the rain?

It's Sunday morning, I'm watching you sleep
And without warning all the things we fight about
Slip away like small grey rain

Are you sleeping?
Spinning our wheels... small grey rain...
Are you sleeping?

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