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Pink Champagne

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Another Rainy Day In Taranaki

I’m looking out my window at a sky so cold and grey
I’m wondrin’ can I last another day
I’m thinking of a sunny beach in places far away
Another rainy day in Taranaki

The wind is howling outside and there’s horizontal rain
The droplets beat a steady sad refrain
A sinking feeling in my heart is causing me such pain
Another rainy day in Taranaki

Bridge

I try to make myself feel good but it’s so hard to do
I try to stop myself from feeling blue
I’m thinking of the summer sun and time for me and you
On another rainy day in Taranaki

The windwand at the foreshore bends its stem towards the sea
I wrap my coat around to cover me
I shout a curse towards the sky but it won’t set me free
Another rainy day in Taranaki

Bridge

I know this place is pretty and the mountain looks unreal
It’s snowy peak looks colder than I feel
I’m dreaming of the summer sun that helps my heart to heal
Another rainy day in Taranaki

©2004 S & C O’Connor

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