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Somewhere out in America, It’s Starting to Rain

Of  all the endless, complex and beautiful subjects a song can encompass I think the most alluring is that of unfrozen precipitation. It crosses every genre, mood and tempo. From Blind Melon’s up beat anthem for the lack thereof “No Rain” to Counting Crow’s dreary plea for a Raincoat in “Raining in Baltimore” Rain itself is a mere catalyst for the thought conveyed . I have 25 songs in my iTunes with Rain in the Title alone (That doesn’t even count the songs about Rain) like Garth Brook’s “Thunder Rolls” or Johnny Nash’s “I Can See Clearly Now”.  Whats your Favorite Song about Rain?

  1. Rain King – Counting Crows
  2. Let It Rain – Eric Clapton
  3. Set Fire To The Rain –  Adele
  4. Fire & Rain – James Taylor
  5. Yesterdays Rain – Gary Allan
  6. Rainy Day Woman – Jack Pendleton
  7. Thankful For The Rain – Jack Johnson
  8. Songs About Rain – Gary Allan
  9. Rain – Janet Jackson
  10. Something Sexy About the Rain – Kenny Chesney
  11. When It Rains – Kid Rock
  12. Easy As The Rain – The Little Willies
  13. Rains Is A Good Thing – Luke Bryan
  14. Raining In Baltimore – Counting Crows
  15. Purple Rain – Prince
  16. Come On Rain – Steve Holy
  17. Georgia Rain – Trisha Yearwood
  18. Let Go Like Rain – The Wells Family
  19. Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain – Willie Nelson
  20. November Rain – Guns & Roses
  21. No Rain – Blind Melon
  22. Rainin You = Brad paisley
  23. Make It Rain – Colbie Caillat
  24. Fool in the Rain–Led Zeppelin
  25. Have You Ever Seen the Rain?–CCR

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About whitebreadlife

Uncompensated Music Critic, Roller of the Bologna and Two Ears and an Opinion. I have successfully spawned on 3 Occasions. Set out in the cold to die, I live amongst the stars.

3 responses to “Somewhere out in America, It’s Starting to Rain

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  2. Emma ⋅

    a-ha – Crying In The Rain

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