Caught In The Rain

CAUGHT IN THE RAIN

Credits

Written by Paul Aarntzen
Arranged by Hillsburn
Horn arrangement by Jackson Fairfax-Perry
Produced by Jon Landry
© SOCAN 2016

Musicians

Rosanna Burrill - vocals
Jackson Fairfax-Perry - organ, keyboard, tenor sax, baritone sax
Clayton Burrill - vocals, guitar
Paul Aarntzen - vocals, guitar, percussion
Eric Sproul - trumpet
Andrew Jackson - trombone

Lyrics

When I was younger, summer was swimming,
Laughing, and people who loved me,
A blue sky above me, with no sign of rain.

If I went back, would I see that?
Or have I just sugar-coated some synapse?
Are some memories just remedies
To pretty-up times when we were unsteady
Or caught in the rain?

My mother’s young father, he ran ‘cross the water
One autumn, and never cared to say so long.
She swears it don’t mean much, she’s untouched by it now.

If she went back, would she see that?
Or has she just sugar-coated some synapse?
Are some memories just remedies
To pretty-up times when we were unsteady
Or caught in the rain?

I try to figure it, the what and why,
Untie another knot in this rope of mine,
And sigh a little less.
Honey, I do.
But sometimes I wonder:

If I went back, would I see that?
Or have I just sugar-coated some synapse?
Are some memories just remedies
To pretty-up times when we were unsteady?

If I went back, would I see that?
Or have I just sugar-coated some synapse?
Are some memories just remedies
To pretty-up times when we were unsteady
Or caught in the rain?