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 Dancing  between  the  Raindrops
The  raindrops  fall   relentlessly,  I  dance
Between  each  one,  praying  my  strength
Not  fail  me,   this  dance  must  continue    
 On

I  hum  a  hymn,  hold  back  the  flood
Gathered  behind  my  eyes,  he'll  draw                                    
Strength  from  mamas  smile,  as  she    
Dances  on,  beneath  a  weeping  sky  

The  scriptures  say  and  rightly  so    
Mans  days  are  few,  and  full  of
Trouble,  dance  on  between  those  
Raindrops,  a  better  day  is  coming.
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