Lizzie And The Rainman Lyrics

by Tanya Tucker

You came riding in on the sunrise on a hot West Texas day
With a fancy man in a painted wagon with some fancy things to say
Looks like you folks need some water, well water is my game
And for the small price of a 100 dollars I bet you I could make it rain

Step back non-believers or the rain will never come
Someone start that fire burning, somebody beat the drum
He said some may think I'm crazy for making all these claims
But I swear before this day is over you folks are gonna see some rain

They all just stood there staring trying to believe
But there was one named Lizzy Cooper who said he was a lying cheat
She said you call yourself the Rainman, well you ought to be ashamed
Starting all these people dreaming, thinking you can make it rain

Step back non-believers or the rain will never come
Someone start that fire burning, somebody beat the drum
He said some may think I'm crazy for making all these claims
But I swear before this day is over you folks are gonna see some rain

Hey Lizzy, well a man's gotta have a dream
And if you can't walk on the inside with me, I'll meet you in between
Oh come with me Lizzy and the stars will write your name
And if you still think I'm lying to you look yonder there comes the rain

Step back non-believers or the rain will never come
Someone start that fire burning, somebody beat the drum
He said some may think I'm crazy for making all these claims
But I swear before this day is over you folks are gonna see some rain

Oh step back non-believers or the rain will never come
Someone keep that fire burning, somebody beat the drum