Writer(s): Dyrenforth / Gibbons
‘Twas just a garden in the rain, close to a little leafy lane
A touch of color – ‘neath skies of gray
The raindrops kissed the flower beds, the blossoms raised their thirsty heads
A perfumed thank you they seemed to say.
Surely here I was charmed beyond compare – to view
Maybe it was just that I was there – with you
‘Twas just a garden in the rain, but then the (that) sun came out again
And sent us happily on our way.