Everytime That It Rains Lyrics - Garth Brooks

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publisher: ©SHAPIRO BERNSTEIN & CO. INC. , Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
writers: Dorothy Fields, Jimmy Mc Hugh
release date: 1989-4-12
genres: Folk, World, & Country
styles: Country
length: 4:13
producer: Allen Reynolds
electric guitar: Chris Leuzinger
recording engineer: Mark Miller
electric bass guitar: Mike Chapman
keyboard: Bobby Wood
acoustic guitar: Mark Casstevens
fiddle: Rob Hajacos
steel guitar: Bruce Bouton
strings: Gary Vanosdale, Carl Gorodetzky, Dennis Molchan, Pam Sixfin, John E. Borg, Roy Christensen, Nashville String Machine and George Binkley
drums (drum set): Milton Sledge
writer: Charley Stefl, Ty England, Garth Brooks
Stuck in an airport in austin, all of the flights are delayed
And as the rain keeps fallin’ the mem’ries keep callin’ me back
To another time and place
Back to a rainy dy in oklahoma, she was workin’ at this roadside cafe
And it was just her and me and looked like it would be
At least ’till the storm rolled away
I played "please come to boston" on the jukebox
She said hey that’s my favorite song
The next thing I knew the song was through
And we were still dancin’ along
And with that look in her eyes she pulled from me
Then she pulled off that apron she wore
And with her hand in mine we turned off the sign
And locked the rain outside the door

Every time that it rains I can hear her heart callin’
It rains, I can see that dress fallin’
The storm clouds roll on, still the memory remains
Every time that it rains
One late rainy night I got a phone call
So I went back to see her again
And through the dnce we both stumbled and with the buttons we fumbled
So we decided just to call it at friends
If we ever had a thing now it’s over and only the memory remains
Of a roadside cafe on a september day
I relive every time that it rains


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CD 1
  • 1 Not Counting You
  • 2 I've Got a Good Thing Going
  • 3 If Tomorrow Never Comes
  • 4 Everytime That It Rains
  • 5 Alabama Clay
  • 6 Much Too Young (To Feel This Damn Old)
  • 7 Cowboy Bill
  • 8 Nobody Gets Off in This Town
  • 9 I Know One
  • 10 The Dance