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Eric Clapton "Let It Rain" (1970)

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Published on Feb 27, 2013

From Eric Clapton's 1970 self-titled album release. Written by Eric Clapton and Bonnie Bramlett. They put most of it together while they were touring together in 1969; Clapton with Blind Faith, and The Bramletts supporting them with their group Delaney And Bonnie. Blind Faith broke up after their first tour, and Clapton formed Derek and the Dominos with Delaney And Bonnie's backup group, who Clapton became friends with on the tour.

The rain is falling through the mist of sorrow that surrounded me.
The sun could never thaw away the the bliss that lays around me.

Let it rain, let it rain,
Let your love rain down on me.
Let it rain, let it rain,
Let it rain, rain, rain.

Her life was like a desert flower burning in the sun.
Until I found the way to love, it's harder said than done.

Chorus

Now I know the secret; there is nothing that I lack.
If I give my love to you, you'll surely give it back.

Chorus

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