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Man in the Rain - Mike Oldfield

Man in the Rain

Tubular Bells III
Progressive rock pop female vocalists new age rock



Mike Oldfield (born Michael Gordon Oldfield, 15 May 1953, Reading, Berkshire, England) is largely known for Tubular Bells, his groundbreaking album from 1973, the success of which also bankrolled Sir Richard Branson's Virgin Records, for which Tubular Bells was the inaugural release. However, his musical career has spread over more than 40 years encompassing a range of styles, with varying amounts of success. According to the Gibraltar Encyclopedia of Progressive Rock, his style is labeled as Oldfield Progressive. Show more ...

Man in the Rain - Mike Oldfield

You're the one who's nearly breaking my heart.
Had your chance, you just threw it all away.
Living in a world that you could never be a part of
And never time to walk away.


[ chorus ]

You can't stay, no, you can't stay.
You're no loser, there's still time to ride that train
And you must be on your way tonight.
Think anew right through, you're a man in the rain.


What's the use in hanging round these walls.
Lamps are burning, but nobody's at home.
There's a new day dawning as a cold rain falls
And now's the time to walk alone.


[ repeat chorus ]

How's it feel when there's time to remember?
Branches bare, like the trees in november.


Had it all, threw it all away.
Now's the time to walk away.


[ repeat chorus ]

How's it feel when there's time to remember?
Branches bare, like the trees in november.


How's it feel when there's time to remember?
Branches bare, like the trees in november.


[ repeat chorus ]

Threw it all away, threw it all away
And now's the time to walk away.


[ repeat chorus ]



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