Eastern Rain Lyrics

Fairport Convention


publisher: ©Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
album: Track 7 in album What We Did on Our Holidays
release date: 1969-1
popularity : 8 users have visited this page.
genres: Rock Folk, World, & Country
styles: Folk Rock/Classic Rock
length: 3:36
composer: Joni Mitchell

Cover Art

Fairport Convention What We Did on Our Holidays cover art
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Rain comes from the east one night
We watch it come
To hang like beaded curtains till the morning sun
Water dripping from our clothes
You, with raindrops on your nose,
Ask me sadly, "Please don't go away, no"
"Till the rain is done," I say, "I'll stay now"

Rain outside but inside we don't mind at all
Shadows by the fire
Slowly climb and fall
Kisses fade and leave no trace
Whispers vanish into space
None will send me on a chase to nowhere
What matters if I were the first to go there?

Morning comes up from the east
We watch it come
And far away now rolls the angry rain god's drum
You, with daybreak in your eyes
Afraid to speak for telling lies
I watch you search for some reply to lend me
But when the rain is done we'll stop pretending


Track Listing


12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Fotheringay
  • 2 Mr. Lacey
  • 3 Book Song
  • 4 The Lord Is in This Place
  • 5 No Man's Land
  • 6 I'll Keep It With Mine
  • 7 Eastern Rain
  • 8 Nottamun Town
  • 9 Tale in Hard Time
  • 10 She Moves Through the Fair
  • 11 Meet on the Ledge
  • 12 End of a Holiday