Please come the tender rain.
Do you hear that sound knocking on your spirit?
Dried and barren as the red sand.
Although I know little of my existence
can reach you,
I wish today is the day each sadness
Will fly away to leave you and your scorched heart.
Don’t mock my song, I’ll leave with this music.
As you go on to your path remember
The days you sat one summer
When you prayed for me to come
Like tender rain.
Please come my tender rain
And bring the flowers to a bloom again
Let the rivers run full again
And a radiant rainbow once again
Take me back to that precious memory
When I am no longer tied up to my inner conflicts
Around you like tender rain,
Come to me young and anew.
I hold your breath every time the water trembles
And I see my own before a mirror
Even if only for one change of season
Visit me like you always do
Wash me away along the rigid gutters of the city
To the salt less river where my forefathers
Had raised me
Back to the ocean to be free.
Sing the ancient music; the song for my soul
Grant me the freedom to wander around
My beloved home
Come to me but a rushing soul
Come rain on me you, simple soul.
Please come to me you, the tender rain.