Asphalt Ballet – Tuesday’s Rain

From the self-titled debut album released in 1991 by Virgin Records. This song as well as “Soul Survive” had minor attention on the radio and MTV, but the album was largely ignored.

Tuesday’s rain falls like a river on my head
And who’s to blame for the signal turning red
As I stand here all alone
And count the sands of time
I watch the sunshine yielding
To the night

There’s nothing left for me
But my restless soul
My starring role
In a faded memory

Like Tuesday’s rain
It’s falling down on me
Tuesday’s rain

The thrill is gone
I’m numb to the burning pain of love
And I can’t explain why I held on so long

As I wait for my new high
And sit on my mood swing
And drift out like the tide
Into the deep blue sea

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