Set in 1975, it is the story of a nation, a rural county, and a small town coming to terms with turbulent change. The theft of a rancher's livestock ends in an assault that escalates into arson, and the murders of nearly a dozen people. “Fistful of Rain” by Baron Birtcher is a first-person narrative by Sherriff Ty Dawson as he navigates the day-to-day life in 1975 Oregon. When your grasp has exceeded your reach And you put all your faith In a figure of speech You've heard all the answers But the questions remain Grab a hold of that fistful of rain. A Fistful of Rain Mim Bracca is riding the fast lane straight off the end of the world. # #-----# Fistful of Rain chords Warren Zevon 2000 (Life'll Kill Ya) G D G. . Now she's coming home without a job, without a future, and without a prayer--and only one last chance to get her feet under her, or go down forever. Now she’s coming home without a job, without a future, and without a prayer—and only one last chance to get her feet under her, or go down forever. But home has its own terrors, including a … Grab a hold, grab a hold, grab a hold Grab a hold, grab a hold, grab a hold of that fistful of rain…

Lyrics to "Fistful of Rain" on Lyrics.com. But home has its own terrors, including a … Directed by Sergio Leone. . Warren Zevon. Watch the video for Fistful of Rain from Warren Zevon's Life'll Kill Ya for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. fistful of rain. With Clint Eastwood, Gian Maria Volontè, Marianne Koch, Wolfgang Lukschy. A Fistful of Rain Mim Bracca is riding the fast lane straight off the end of the world. FISTFUL OF RAIN is the sequel to 2017's South California Purples. A wandering gunfighter plays two rival families against each … He struggles to balance his role as a husband and father, the pressures of running a ranch during economic uncertainty, and his position as sheriff in an increasingly unstable community. Warren William Zevon /ˈziːvɒn/ (January 24, 1947 – September 7, 2003) was an American rock singer-songwriter and musician noted for including his sometimes sardonic opinions of life in his musical lyrics, composing songs that were sometimes humorous and often had political or historical themes.