From the recording 9 Jordan Rain Song (DebutSoloAlbum)
Originally by the Blues Busters (Jamaican Blues and Rocksteady vocal group) consisting of Phillip James and Lloyd Campbell. Under mechanical licensing with artists. There are great versions of this song by the Blues Busters and the Clarendonians, both in a Rocksteady (1966-68 Jamaica) style. This is a Doo-Wop early Rock version of this song as I was just coming out of performing with a local Bellingham, WA group called Alamo Social Club who sang and played in that Doo Wop/early Rock n Roll style, and where I started drumming and singing simultaneously after a long hiatus from doing both at the same time as a kid ages 2-5 years old naturally.
Behind every dark cloud, there is always the sunshine,
shining for you baby, because you're mine
Every time I see you, you know my temperature gets higher,
If you don't believe me, why don't you come a little closer
You got me going, out of my mind,
A love like yours, is so very hard to find
Every time I see you, you know my temperature gets higher
If you don't believe me, come a little closer
Behind every dark cloud, there is always the sunshine
Shining for you baby, because you're mine...