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When you think you're in love you can't think about anything else. And everything reminds you of that person, this is about a rainstorm making me think about the person that I loved.
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|by Meghan Flood
I sit here thinking alone in the rain,
thinking of my sorrow, misery, and pain.
I sit here listening to the thunder crashing down,
knowing my life is better when youíre around.
As I sit here watching the storm roll on,
all I think about is you, and how you are gone.
As I look at the dark clouds above,
I sit here and wonder whom youíre thinking of.
Itís like the sky is crying and I am too,
thinking of how Iím missing you.
I miss your hugs and gentle touch,
and the way you tell me you care for me so much.
I miss the way you kiss me and make me feel,
I hope when you come back your feelings are still real.
Now as I look up at the clear sky above,
Iím thinking of you, and I think Iím in love.
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