Marc Cohn - She's Becoming Gold Lyrics

Marc Cohn The Rainy Season cover art
sponsored links

She runs down the staircase
And into the yard
And she goes down to the end of the drive
With her friends on the phone
And her angels on guard
She's just recently feeling alive
After all of the tears and the changes
Now there's something that's taken ahold
She's becoming gold
She's becoming gold

She thinks of a boy
That she knew back in school
And she wonders if he's doing all right
The man of her dreams
Isn't all that he seems
And the baby don't sleep through the night
Something is moving inside her
And the weather is turning so cold
But she's becoming gold,
She's becoming gold
She's becoming gold (I've seen her)
She's becoming gold

She can hear in the distance
The sound of the cars
And she sees the snow falling down on the hill
Now the trees and the houses
Are white as the stars
And she doesn't want to cry
But she probably will
As she thinks about all of life's mystery
And how slowly the answers unfold
She's becoming gold
She's becoming gold

Track Listing
CD 1
  • 1 Walk Through the World
  • 2 Rest for the Weary
  • 3 The Rainy Season
  • 4 Mama's in the Moon
  • 5 Don't Talk to Her at Night
  • 6 Paper Walls
  • 7 From the Station
  • 8 Medicine Man
  • 9 Baby King
  • 10 She's Becoming Gold
  • 11 The Things We've Handed Down


  • Credits
    publisher: ©Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    writers: Marc Cohn, John Leventhal
    album: Track 10 in album The Rainy Season
    release date: 1993-5-25
    popularity : 66 users have visited this page.
    genres: Rock
    styles: Soft Rock/Pop Rock
    length: 5:31
    piano: Marc Cohn
    vocal: David Crosby, Marc Cohn and Graham Nash
    double bass: Zev Katz
    mixer: Ben Wisch
    recorded by: Ben Wisch
    guitar: John Leventhal
    percussion: Arto Tunçboyacıyan and Glen Velez
    tenor saxophone: Rick Depofi
    baritone saxophone: Adam Kolker
    Album Information
    label: Atlantic
    country(area): United States
    format: CD
    barcode: 075678249129
    script: Latin