Rain, And Lots Of It.

Lot’s of Rain. . .Left coast floods are changing some landscapes and some forecasts have it raining in the Southeast for almost the next two weeks. It is predicted to start with a half inch overnight.

I do suppose, however, that it is better than two weeks of snow.

So, on this cloudy, Friday evening,  I’m going to start “Audience Participation Night”

When you think of rain, what’s the first song that comes to mind?

I have a few, but since I can only pick one, it’ll be this one we covered in the early days of a band I played with.  During our tenure, we went through several cheesy names related to chocolate desserts/mammals and lobster characters.

Good times and I sure do miss them.

From 1994. . .  Rain King (wiki)

What is your favorite rain song?

About Ray V.

Living between Aiken & Charleston,, South Carolina, USA, I like to share what I am looking at, thinking about or listening to. I refer to this as the view out my window. Thanks for stopping by.
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13 Responses to Rain, And Lots Of It.

  1. Here in CA, we older folks are likely to think of: It Never Rains in Southern California by Albert Hammond. To quote, “It never rains in California, but girl, don’t they warn ya? / It pours, man, it pours”

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  2. Debra says:

    There are so many! We sometimes lapse into “Raindrops Keep Fallin’ on My Head.” We’re showing our age!

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  3. Yahooey says:

    Likewise, I do have a few. The Doors’ “Riders on the Storm” is the one the comes most often to mind, especially when driving at night in the rain.

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  4. Rhythm of the rain – The Cascades.

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  5. Eddie Rabbitt “I love a rainy night”.

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  6. E. says:

    Fire and Rain – James Taylor

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  7. Eric Clapton….Let It Rain.


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