‘Storm Watch Wednesday’: Top Classic Songs About Rain
After the driest year on record in California and severe drought with no sight of much-needed rain for months, SoCal is finally gearing up for a big rainstorm this week!
We here at K-EARTH 101 are on ‘Storm Watch Wednesday’ and getting ready for the coming showers with a classic hits playlist of songs about the rain. So grab your umbrellas and galoshes and get ready for the coming rainstorm with these top classic songs about rain!
The Eurythmics: “Here Comes The Rain Again”
Creedence Clearwater Revival: “Who Will Stop The Rain?”
The Beatles: “Rain”
Elvis Presley: “Kentucky Rain”
The Fortunes: “Here Comes That Rainy Day Feeling Again”
Albert Hammond: “It Never Rains in Southern California”
Milli Vanilli: “Blame It On The Rain”
The Carpenters: “Rainy Days and Mondays”
BJ Thomas: “Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head”
James Taylor: “Fire and Rain”
There are tons more great songs about the rain not included on the list like Eric Clapton’s “Fall Like the Rain,” “Somewhere Over The Rainbow,” “Purple Rain” by Prince and the list goes on. Add your favorite songs about rain to our list!!