Recently I was sorting my music library and came across with this song. A song from past. But it is valid even more today. When you grow old, mature.

Come in from the Rain

Well, hello there
Good old friend of mine
You’ve been reaching for yourself
For such a long time
There’s so much to say
No need to explain
Just an open door for you
To come in from the rain

It’s a long road
When you’re all alone
And someone like you
Will always take the long way home
There’s no right or wrong
I’m not here to blame
I just want to be the one
Who keep you from the rain
From the rain

And it looks like sunny skies
Now that I know you’re alright
Time has left us
Older
And wiser
I know I am

‘Cause I think of us
Like an old cliche
But it doesn’t matter
‘Cause I love you anyway
Come in from the rain

And it looks like sunny skies
Now that I know you’re alright
Time has left us
Older
But Wiser
I know I am

And it’s good to know
My best friend has come home again

And I think of us
Like an old cliche
But it doesn’t matter
‘Cause I love you anyway
Come in from the rain

 

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Written by Melissa Manchester & Carole Bayer Sager. The Captain & Tennille recorded it in 1977 and named their 3rd album after the song, as well as releasing it as a single.