Sometimes The Rain Comes

from by Norine Braun



Sometimes The Rain Comes
One-Standing-Lodge-Pole-Woman was born
Like her name declared
She grew tall and strong
Her arms longed for love
The elusive belong
From the river came
A curious propose

Sometimes the rain comes
The rain washes where we go
Sometimes the rain comes
The rain washes, clean our soul

Her white buckskin gleamed
The white worms they shook
She took his hand
They paddled back
To strangers new
With words unheard
The great unknown
Would guide her home CHORUS

Soft fallen masks
True lovers fought
Betrayal’s bitter taste
Blew out the flames
Winds of rage
Clouds gathered force
Evermore she’d dance her heart’s remorse

©Norine Braun SOCAN 2016 All Rights Reserved


from Gone To The Spirits, released June 3, 2016
Words and Music by Norine Braun

Norine Braun: vocals, acoustic guitar,
Adam Popowitz: bass and lead guitar
Elliot Polsky: drums
Alice Fraser: keys



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Norine Braun Vancouver, British Columbia

Her signature funky folk-blues sound simply cannot be matched. Best listened to as loud as your neighbours will tolerate. Abortmag

Her music sounds like the union of Nick Cave with Patti Smith & City and Colour deep in the Canadian forests.

An imaginative display of fine musicianship, potent vocals and heartfelt lyrics, talent like hers doesn't exactly come around too often. Music Emission
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