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Don’t Feel the Rain

Marvin Adcock

September 13, 2018

Genre: Country

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The life of a song can be fascinating! First we put in the work of writing, rewriting, rewriting a second time, and sometimes rewriting a third time before producing the all important demo. Then once the demo is complete we send it out into the world and we wait, and we wait, and we wait!

This is the demo of such a song. I wrote this song and demoed it in 2014, but it has been cut twice this year. The first cut being in January by new country artist Matt Westin, and the most recent cut by christian country artist Bryan Carroll with Daywind Music Group of Nashville. Songwriting has taught me both diligence and patience. I love being a songwriter!



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Don’t Feel the Rain

Written by Marvin Adcock

She’s standin’ in the rain, but she don’t care
Because her heart’s another place
She’s watchin’ as her son gets on that bus
She won’t leave till she knows he’s safe

Unless you live to feel it, words just won’t explain
Unselfish love, she don’t feel the rain

He’s standin’ on a corner and it’s pourin’
His sign held high for all to see
It says I’m lookin’ for a job cause the one I lost
Wasn’t much but fed my family

Unless you live to feel it, words just won’t explain
Unselfish love, he don’t feel the rain

Rain falls in
Life and then
Love heals pain
And shields the rain

He takes His final breath and bows His head
His work on earth is finally done
With the last beat of his heart the sky grows dark
Another mother holds her son

Unless you live to feel it, words just won’t explain
Unselfish love, they don’t feel the rain

Once you live to feel it, life won’t be the same
With unselfish love, you don’t feel the rain

You don’t feel the rain

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