Driving Rain
     (W. Seth Russell-Marty Steinhausen)
 
I Left that Jole Blon on the side of the road.
For all I care she can spend the night alone in my old Ford.
A love like ours is stormy as a hurricane,
And here I am walkin’ in the drivin’ rain.
 
I’ve been down this stretch of road before.
And every time I do I say, I ain’t comin’ back no more.
A Cajun girl can drive any man insane,
And here I am out walkin’ in the drivin’ rain.
 
(Chorus)
The drivin’ rain keeps comin’ down.
The drivin’ rain soakin’ through my shoes.
The drivin’ rain hammerin’ the ground.

Don’t know how many miles to go,
The gulf coast wind is startin’ to blow,
For all my work I got nothin’ to show.
Nothin’ but the drivin’ rain.
 
(Solo)
 
I can feel them lights on the back of my head.
And if it’s that girl’s daddy, he’d like to see me dead.
Pickup truck blows by me like a runaway train,
And here I am out walkin’ in the drivin’ rain.
 
(Chorus)
The drivin’ rain keeps comin’ down.
The drivin’ rain soakin’ through my shoes.
The drivin’ rain hammerin’ the ground.
Don’t know how many miles to go,
The gulf coast wind is startin’ to blow,
For all my work I got nothin’ to show.
Nothin’ but the drivin’ rain.
For all my love I got nothin’ but the drivin’ rain.

Driving Rain
(W. Seth Russell-Marty Steinhausen)
Forbidden Pig Music
BMI Admin. by BMG Music group

Personnel:
Billy Bacon: Vocals, Bass, Accordion,
Justin G. Jones: Drums, Percussion,
Justin Ray Brown: Guitars, Banjo, Mandolin, Vocals

Recorded At: 
Clamhead Studios, Cairo, NE. & Swine Song Studio, Granite Shoals, TX.