Sometimes in the summer, it’ll lightnin’, it’ll thunder
But the rain don’t seem to come it rolls on by
Thunder sounds like laughter, as the lightning hits the pasture
And you know that land has been dry for some time

And it burns and it burns, oh it burns

The river it stopped flowin’ back through town some time ago
And the train tracks rest below a bed of weeds
The truck stop shut its door on the day that oil hit a hundred and four dollars a barrel
Ya’ll then the grocery store came next and then the bank

And it burns oh it burns, it burns
Oh it burns, yeah it burns, oh it burns

You do the things you know to just to make it day by day
You can hear the kids a cryin’, but there’s just no time to play.
You work the way you know how just the way you’ve always done
and you’d like to curse the skies that bring no rain and block the sun

And it burns

Sometimes when it’s rainin’ and there seems there ain’t no stoppin’
aand a storm surge rushes past and all goes down
That river roars with laughter as it strips away the pasture land the home you built
And work for your own hands

And it rains, oh it rains, yeah it rains
And it rains, oh it rains, yeah it rains

You do the things you know to just to make it by the day
You can hear the kids a cryin’ but there’s just no time to play
you work the way you know how just the way you’ve always done
and you’d like to curse the skies that bring the rain and block the sun and it rains

And it rains

Sometimes in the summer it’ll lightnin’, it’ll thunder
But the rain don’t seem to come it rolls on by

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Vocals: Cody Jinks
Bass: Joshua Thompson, Evan Ray, Scott Davis, Scot Jenkins, Wesley Holtsford, Aaron Wynne
Lead Guitar: Chris Claridy
Steel: Austin “Hot Rod” Tripp
Drums: David Colvin
Keys: Drew Harakal
Release Date: November 17, 2017