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  1. Grateful Dead - Box Of Rain Lyrics | AZLyrics.com

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    Grateful Dead Lyrics. "Box Of Rain". Look out of any window. Any morning, any evening, any day. Maybe the sun is shining. Birds are winging, no rain is falling from a heavy sky. What do you want me to do. To do for you to see you through?

  2. Grateful DeadBox of Rain Lyrics | Genius Lyrics

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    Nov 01, 1970 · Box of Rain Lyrics: Look out of any window / Any morning, any evening, any day / Maybe the sun is shining / Birds are winging or rain is falling from a heavy sky / What do you want me to do / To do

  3. Box of Rain Lyrics

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    It's all a dream we dreamed One afternoon long ago Walk into splintered sunlight Inch your way through dead dreams to another land Maybe you're tired and broken Your tongue is twisted with words half spoken And thoughts unclear What do you want me to do To do for you to see you through A box of rain will ease the pain And love will see you through Just a box of rain Wind and water Believe it if you need it If you don't, just pass it on Sun and shower Wind and rain In and out the window like ...

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    It's all a dream we dreamed One afternoon long ago Walk into splintered sunlight Inch your way through dead dreams to another land Maybe you're tired and broken Your tongue is twisted with words half spoken And thoughts unclear What do you want me to do To do for you to see you through A box of rain will ease the pain And love will see you through Just a box of rain Wind and water Believe it if you need it If you don't, just pass it on Sun and shower Wind and rain In and out the window like ...

  5. GRATEFUL DEAD - BOX OF RAIN LYRICS

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    A box of rain will ease the pain and love will see you through Just a box of rain, wind and water Believe it if you need it, if you don't just pass it on Sun and shower, wind and rain In and out the window like a moth before a flame And it's just a box of rain, I don't know who put it there Believe it if you need it, or leave it if you dare

  6. Grateful Dead - Box Of Rain Lyrics | SongMeanings

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    It's all a dream we dreamed One afternoon long ago Walk into splintered sunlight Inch your way through dead dreams to another land Maybe you're tired and broken Your tongue is twisted with words half spoken And thoughts unclear What do you want me to do To do for you to see you through A box of rain will ease the pain And love will see you through Just a box of rain Wind and water Believe it if you need it If you don't, just pass it on Sun and shower Wind and rain In and out the window like ...

  7. Grateful DeadBox of Rain [Pacific Northwest '73-'74 ...

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    Sep 07, 2018 · Just a box of rain. Wind and water. Believe it if you need it. If you don't, just pass it on. Sun and shower, ind and rain. In and out the window like a moth before a flame. [Outro] And it's just...

  8. Greatest Stories Ever Told - "Box Of Rain" | Grateful Dead

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    Mar 21, 2013 · I have to go through the transitive light axis! I give a nodd to the dodd! Thankyou for this outlet. Few understand, and fewer care, but so easily i go into despair. It must be the direction that was waiting there! The dead are the one constant in my life over the last 20 plus years! I never heard box of rain live. I am grateful they recorded most of it!

  9. Grateful Dead - Box of Rain - YouTube

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    According to Wikipedia:"Box of Rain" is a song by the Grateful Dead, from their 1970 album American Beauty. The song was composed by bassist Phil Lesh and ly...

  10. Box of Rain - Wikipedia

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    According to Hunter: "By 'box of rain,' I meant the world we live on, but 'ball' of rain didn't have the right ring to my ear, so box it became, and 'I don't know who put it there.'" [4] The line "moth before a flame" echoes several proverbs, such as "the fate of the moth in the flame"— Aeschylus , Fragments (Fragment #288).

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