Crappy Days are Here Again

(To the tune of “Happy Days are Here Again”) / Recording by David Simmons

Crappy days are here again
The sky above’s not clear again
And the sun has disappeared again
Crappy days are here again

Rain is falling from the sky
I wish I knew the reason why
Guess I’ll have to wait until July
For the weather to be dry

(Bridge)
I do not mean to harangue
Since rain provides yin and yang

Because the flowers every one
Love moisture followed by the sun
Let’s stay happy ‘til the rain is done
In Corvallis, Oregon

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