Never Ending Rain Lyrics - Steve Wynn

Steve Wynn Fluorescent cover art
Release information
Release Date: 1993
Genre: Rock Folk, World, & Country
Style: Folk Rock/Alternative Rock
length: 4:35

Last night the dealer offered me a new hand
Laid out so simple, thought I'd understand
With a different name, different place, different town, different face
In the same little world

When there's nothing left to salvage
When losing it all doesn't mean a thing
I pray for the never ending rain
To wash it all away

I set out on foot straight down the grade
Laying crumbs and seeds to mark the paths I'd laid
I found the northern lights, eastern shore, southern cross, western fronts
And soon I was home (ch)

Every day I read the papers and I pray for the flood
But the rain always stops at the first signs of mud
I want to feel it fall, feel it turn, watch it twist and feel it burn
And leave nothing behind (ch)

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CD 1
  • 1 Follow Me
  • 2 Collision Course
  • 3 Carelessly
  • 4 Carry a Torch
  • 5 Open the Door
  • 6 Older
  • 7 Layer by Layer
  • 8 That’s Why I Wear Black
  • 9 Wedding Bells
  • 10 The Sun Rises in the West
  • 11 Look Both Ways
  • 12 Never Ending Rain