Rainy Day Playlist

I love rainy days. It’s a good excuse to lay around all day. This week it rained for three consecutive days. I caught up on the final season of Entourage and was disappointed to learn that Turtle has lost weight and stopped wearing his baseball caps and basketball jerseys. I also put a significant dent in Ken Follett’s Fall of Giantswhich I’m really enjoying. But I found that none of my summer playlists worked well with a rainy day. So I made a new one. Here it is; enjoy your next rainy day:

  • I Wish It Would Rain, The Temptations
  • Have You Ever Seen the Rain? Creedence Clearwater Revival
  • Here Comes the Rain Again, Eurythmics
  • Rain, The Beatles
  • The Rain, Melody Gardot
  • California Rain, Madeline Peyroux
  • Early Morning Rain, Eva Cassidy
  • Kentucky Rain, Elvis Presley
  • Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain, Elvis Presley
  • Raining on Sunday, Keith Urban
  • Rainy Days and Mondays, The Carpenters
  • Singin’ in the Rain, Jamie Cullum
  • Fire and Rain, James Taylor
  • Rainy Night in Georgia, Brook Benton
  • Purple Rain, Prince
  • November Rain, Guns N’ Roses
  • Thunder Only Happens When Its Raining, Fleetwood Mac
  • Who’s Gonna Stop the Rain? Anastacia
  • I Can See Clearly Now, Johnny Nash
  • No More Rain, Angie Stone
  • After the Rain, John Coltrane
  • Over the Rainbow, Judy Garland
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One Response to Rainy Day Playlist

  1. skiddiddle gittel says:

    I like Willie Nelson signing “Blue eyes crying in the rain”…or should I say anything Willie is just plain sexy!

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