Just Like Strange Rain
Words:Bernard Taupin
Music:Elton John
Performed By:  Elton John
Copyright:© 1968 Dick James Music Limited
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   Year : 1969
  Album : None (Appeared on 1992's RARE MASTERS collection,
                and as a bonus track on the Classic Years reissue of EMPTY SKY)
Writers : Elton John & Bernie Taupin


I looked up from my glass into the sky.
There's no one in my comic book to hide.
The calendar swung on the wall held by a rusty nail.
Down came the strange rain and washed my thoughts away.

So stop in the sky and tell me why you're changing your colours before my eyes.
Yellow, blue, green and grey - settled on the window pane.
So stop in the sky and tell me why you're changing your colours before my eyes.
Yellow, blue, green and grey - settled on the window pane.
It made the rain that came seem strange - just like strange rain.
It made the rain that came seem strange - just like strange rain.

(instrumental)

Still I sit before the fire and watched as it fell.
Come in colours from above into my citadel.
My eyes are all embroidered with the rainbow you have made.
And now it seems as though it's just, just like strange rain.

So stop in the sky and tell me why you're changing your colours before my eyes.
Yellow, blue, green and grey - settled on the window pane.
So stop in the sky and tell me why you're changing your colours before my eyes.
Yellow, blue, green and grey - settled on the window pane.
It made the rain that came seem strange - just like strange rain.
It made the rain that came seem strange - just like strange rain.

Just like strange rain.
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