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Heres That Rainy Day

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  1. Lyrics to 'Here's That Rainy Day' by Barbra Streisand. Maybe I should have saved Those leftover dreams Funny but here's that rainy day Here's that rainy day they told me .
  2. Lyrics to 'Here's That Rainy Day' by Natalie Cole. Maybe I should have saved Those leftover dreams Funny But here's that rainy day.
  3. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Here's That Rainy Day - Paul Horn on AllMusic - /
  4. Frank Sinatra Lyrics. "Here's That Rainy Day". Maybe I should have saved those leftover dreams. Funny but here's that rainy day. Here's that rainy day they told me about. And I laughed at the thought. That it might turn out this way. Where is that worn out wish that I threw aside. After it brought my love so near.
  5. Here's That Rainy Day Written-By – Johnny Burke-James Van Heusen* A3: How Insensitive (Insensatez) Written-By – Jobim*, Gimbel*, De Moraes* A4: The Shadow Of Your Smile (Love Theme From "The Sandpiper") Written-By – Johnny Mandel, Paul F. Webster* A5: In The Wee Small Hours Of The Morning Written-By – David A. Mann* 3 /5(6).
  6. But here's that rainy day Here's that rainy day They told me about And I laughed at the thought That it might turn out this way Where is that worn out wish That I threw aside After it brought my love so near Funny how love becomes A cold rainy day Funny That rainy day is here It's funny How love becomes A cold rainy day Funny That rainy day is here.
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  8. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Here's That Rainy Day on Discogs/5(2).
  9. Here’s That Rainy Day was written by Jimmy Van Heusen with lyrics by Johnny Burke. Published in and and first introduced in the Broadway musical Carnival in Flanders, this tune became a huge hit not only in the jazz world but in pop as well.
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