(come) rain or shine
(come) rain or shine (English) — no matter what happens
(come) rain or shine — In good times or bad, whether it's convenient or not
(come) rain or shine — σε κάθε περίπτωση, ό,τι και να γίνει
(come) rain or shine — گرینگ نیە باران دەبێ یان ساماڵ
(come) rain or shine — U svakom slučaju
Translations of "(come) rain or shine"
"(come) rain or shine" in lyrics
Only will have a glimpse
The slow hand
Whether it is snowing or blowing[fn]It may be linked with the expression 'Come rain or shine'[/fn]
Stresses your absence
Ain't got no trouble, laid on my mind
Why worry about tomorrow, all the lonesome time
Through stormy weather, come rain or shine
There ain't no mountain, that I wouldn't climb
I'm gonna make it all work out for good this time
I'm makin' my way back to Chicago
I'm makin' my way come rain or shine
I'm gonna find true love waiting for me
I'm gonna make it all work out for good
If I'm to be seen from a place where you are,
I'm going to live on, believing we can surely meet again
That smile, come rain or shine, appearing on your face
Even though the memories of us fade away;
These feelings for you, in loneliness and with longings, are great tears to flow
I remember my grandma telling me,
"Todrick, there are three things in life you can't escape: death, taxes and Sunday school."
Well, turns out she was right!
Come rain or shine, I was there every single Sunday morning service
And since all my grandma's other eleven grandsons took to playing sports and chasing women
They left all the singing to me
One leg over here, one leg over there, bloated with wine
four retired old boys (and one and all half-poisoned), passing the time.
And come rain or shine, this is where you’ll find them, always together
Bibulously guzzling, fouly imprecating women, government and weather.