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David Halley / Press

“%0 Country Songs Every Writer Should Know: #18 "Rain Just Falls", written by David Halley, recorded by Jimmie Dale Gilmore, released 1988. No idea why this gorgeous weeper hasn't been recorded by dozens of right thinking country artists. Could be Willie Nelson's old "sad songs and waltzes aren't selling this year" deal. In Halley's song sadness and longing are both mysteries and unavoidable truths. "It ain't on your account that I'm leaving, if I'm leaving," he writes. "Rain don't fall for the flowers, if it's falling/Rain just falls”

Peter Cooper - American Songwriter