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The Day the Rains Came
Jane Morgan Lyrics


The day that the rains came down
Mother Earth smiled again
Now the lilacs could bloom
Now the fields could grow greener
The day that the rains came down
Buds were born, love was born
As the young buds will grow
So our young love will grow
Love, sweet love
A robin sang a song of love
A willow tree reached up to the heavens
As if to thank the sky above
For all that rain, that welcome rain
We looked across the meadowland

And seemed to sense a kind of a miracle
Much too deep to understand
And there we were, so much in love
The day that the rains came down
Mountain streams swelled with pride
Gone the dry river bed
Gone the dust from the valley
The day that the rains came down
Buds were born, love was born
As the young buds will grow
So our young love will grow
Love, sweet love
Rain, sweet rain

Lyrics © Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
Written by: GILBERT BECAUD, PIERRE LEROYER, CARL SIGMAN

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Margaret Gaskell

"The day that the rains came down2
Mother Earth smiled again
Now the lilacs could bloom
Now the fields could grow greener
The fday that the rains came down

Buds were born, love was born
As the young buds will grow
So our young love will grow
Love, sweet love
A robin sang a song of love
A willow tree reached up to the heavens
Asif to thank the sky above
For all that rain, that welcome rain

We looked across the meadowland
And seemed to sense a kind of a miracle
Much too deep to understand
And there we were, so much in love
The day that the rains came down
Mountain streams swelled with pride
Gone the dry river bed
Gone the dust from the valley
The day that the rains came down

Buds were born, love was born
As the young buds will grow
So our young love will grow
Love, sweet love
Rain, sweet rain



All comments from YouTube:

Simon Simon

Man they could sing in those days.

Kevin Shanahan

Yep that’s what I thought. Her, Phil Spector (Teddy Bears) and Cliff Richard still alive with U.K. number 1’s back to 1958. Anyone further back?

Margaret Gaskell

Yes that was singing x

Richard Neville

..& they HAD to too! IF they couldn't there were always rotten tomatoes...….

Sheven718

remember it well, just a boy at the time my folks took me on holiday and it didn't stop raining typical english weather , they kept playing this over the public speaker system ha ha  the rain didn't bother me ? but this song left me with a great memory to cherish !  the everly's all i have to do is dream was big that year too !

73MarkIV

Simply perfect. I loved this song as a child, heard it again 30 years ago, and kept looking on YouTube, but never thinking I would actually find it! Thank you for posting it. Another one of the forgotten songs of the era. Miss Morgans is flawless.

Juliet Cunningham

This is by French singer-songwriter Gilbert Bécaud. My favorite song of his is "Mes Mains". He also wrote an opera (L'Opéra d'Aran") that ran for 100 performances in Paris, a Christmas cantata ("L'Enfant à l'étoile), on which he is, by contract, the principal soloist, and the big song from the remake of "The Jazz Singer".

Dedicated Person

She had a beutiful voice, beutiful life and great man that she shared most of her life. happy at 91y now. great voice

Mark Gallagher

One of the most overlooked singers of the time of really true singers. She could hold her own with the best of them. I have always loved this song to bad no one does these anymore. I always feel sorry for the kids today who have never heard real music.

Stephen Sokol

Jane Morgan never got her due. She had one of the greatest voices ever. She was also a flawless and very poised performer, to say nothing of her beauty. An all- around triple threat.

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