Little Rain Drops


Oh, where do you come from,
You little drops of rain,
Pitter- patter, pitter- patter,
Down the window-pane?

They won't let me walk,
They won't let me play,
And they won't let me go
Out of doors at all to day.

They put away my playthings
Because I broke them all,
And then they locked up all my bricks,
And took away my ball.

Tell me little raindrops,
Is that the way you play.
Pitter-patter, pitter-patter,
All the rainy day?

They say I'm very naughty,
But I've nothing else to do
But sit here at the window;
I should like to play with you.

The little raindrops cannot speak,
But pitter-patter pat
Means "We can play on this side:
Why can't you play on that?'.

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Rchelle, Canada

18 November 2012 at 3:25pm

To Judy From United States I often find myself at a loss for Lyrics as well. Often I find the song here but I have also tried to look on You tube. I put in a few words of the song that I do know and put (kid songs) You might find something

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Judy, United States

3 August 2012 at 5:23pm

I am trying to locate words to a song I sang in the 1940's. It had to do with a "rain barrel and sliding down your cellar door and we'd be jolly friends forever more." I've looked at several of the lyrics in this website, but have not found what I am looking for.

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