What does Rain is a Good Thing mean?

Luke Bryan: Rain is a Good Thing Meaning

Tagged: Weather | Rain [suggest]
Album cover for Rain is a Good Thing album cover

Song Released: 2010

Rain is a Good Thing Lyrics

(Verse 1)
My daddy spent his life lookin' up at the sky
He'd cuss, kick the dust, sayin' son it's way too dry
It clouds up in the city, the weather man complains
But where I come from, rain is a good thing

Rain makes corn, corn...

  1. anonymous
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    Mar 28th 2015 !⃝

    A song about rednecks complaining about the life they've chosen, getting drunk, screwing their girlfriends or wife's, and having more babies that will be as miserable as they are...

  2. Caspian Patrick Banki
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    Jun 5th 2011 !⃝

    I believe this song is about farming in dry lands, where it rarely rains. When it does rain, it helps grow crops such as corn. The corn is used to make whisky which makes the singers wife drunk

  3. anonymous
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    Dec 9th 2010 !⃝

    Where I come from rain is a good thing...

    and I'm not from the country.

    In few places, except the ocean, is rain not a good thing. It's just a matter of recognizing its value.

    Also, is the best reason why rain is important really "whiskey" and seducing young female. I'm sure there are more important reasons for rain but perhaps I'm just not drunk enough to realize the value of whiskey at the moment.

    p.s. I only speak so harshly of the song because it is stuck in my head right now, this is my way of getting back.

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