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Ed Sheeran Covers Foy Vance’s ‘Make It Rain’ for ‘Sons of Anarchy’ [Audio]

Sheerios, get ready to see an entirely different side of Ed Sheeran! The singer covered Foy Vance’s ‘Make It Rain’ for one of the final episodes of ‘Sons of Anarchy.’

Those who are familiar with Foy’s original version know it’s a stripped-down track with poignant, vulnerable lyrics.

“When the sins of my father / Weigh down in my soul / And the pain of my mother / Will not let me go,” Ed sings. “Well I know there can come fire from the sky / To purify pure as the canes / Even though / I know this fire brings me pain.”

Although Ed’s voice is normally a soothing sound comparable to waves crashing on a seashore or a light summer rain, we love that this song brings out his grittier side. (Spoiler: He still sounds fantastic.) According to MTV, the track will debut in tonight’s (Dec. 2) episode of ‘Sons of Anarchy.’

Check out Ed’s cover of Foy Vance’s ‘Make It Rain’ in the video above.

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