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Stars - Brendon Urie

TAYLOR’S OUTFIT
SCOTT EASTWOOD
THE LANDSCAPE
THE HEART BETWEEN THEM
WHY DON’T WE TALK ABOUT THIS MORE OFTEN?

nothing good comes from being gone
flatsound
nothing good comes from being gone

did you escape? from the feelings that you wanted to replace, with anything you thought could fill the space. i hope you found the quietness you want, because nothing good comes from being gone. so keep your eyes on anything, as long as it makes you happy. do you feel like a big girl? do you feel like a big girl now? now that you’re out in the big world and i still can’t leave the house. because the starting line is atop a mountain that i can’t climb with these broken arms. i liked you, but more than anything i wanted to be like you. with the strength inside to make it to the top, because nothing good comes from being gone. i’m willing to admit it’s all my fault. i will trade all of my pride for what i’ve lost. i don’t want to lose this battle with my thoughts. nothing good comes from being gone.

Rainy Day Man
Patricia Tollett
Rainy Day Man

THIS IS MY FAVORITE DiC SAILOR MOON SONG. Seriously.  It replaced the Japanese “Anata no Sei ja Nai” (It’s Not Your Fault) during the scene where Lita (Mako-chan) remembers her friend Ken (Shinozaki) being there for her when she was dumped by a boyfriend in the rain.

It’s sung by Patricia Tollett, the unofficial singing voice of Sailor Jupiter.

Lyrics

When I think about the first time

I thought I found someone who cared for me

But things were not as they apeared to be

Rainy day man

On your shoulder I cried

When my first brush with love

Left me shaking inside

Rainy day man

Ever since I can remember

Just like a brother you’ve been strong and true

Always been the one to see me through

Rainy day man

You’re much more than a friend

I would give anything

Just to see you again

Rainy day man

Always been the one to see me through

Rainy day man

On your shoulder I cried

When my first brush with love

Left me shaking inside

Rainy day man

You’re much more than a friend

I would give anything

Just to see you again

Rainy day man

Rainy day man

Rainy day man

Rainy day man

Words and music by Michael Benghiat, Lois Blaisch, and Andy Heyward. Vocals: Patricia Tollett. Guitars, Keyboards, Drum Programming: Michael Benghiat. Guitars: Paul Nelson. Produced by Michael Benghiat for The Music Kitchen.

(When this song was re-released on The Full Moon collection album, the credits mentioned a Monroe Michaels instead of Andy Heyward.)