Here's That Rainy Day Lyrics - Frank Sinatra
Review The Song (9)
MAYBE I should have saved
Those leftover dreams
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
That rainy day is here
How love becomes
A cold rainy day
That rainy day is here
Writer: REYNOLDS, ROBERT/HUFF, SCOTTY /
Lyrics © EMI Music Publishing, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.
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Greatest Voice | Reviewer: Guitarman | 7/13/13
Sinatra's was not the best version of this song. there were many great renditions. As to his voice being the greatest of all time is simply ludicrous.. Sinatra's voice was not that good but he made up for it with styling and great accompaniment. Taken as a whole the sound was good. But let's not get carried away over the quality of his voice. It wasn't all that.
Correction: "Here's That Rainy Day" writers | Reviewer: Anonymous | 6/22/13
Robert Reynolds and Scotty Huff are incorrectly listed as writers; the composers are Jimmy Van Heusen and Johnny Burke. The song was written in 1953 for the musical "Carnival In Flanders".
Timely Sinatra | Reviewer: Anonymous | 6/13/13
A pianist who once played professionally for a big band in the fifties answered my criticism of Sinatra (unjustifiably so) that Sinatra's timing, musically, was unmatched. I payed attention to Sinatra after that exchange and discover what the pianist was talking about. Who was the performer that resembled Sinatra in a way and sounded like Sinatra. Naturally, that was a curse for the performer. There was only room for one. The one with charisma. The boss himself.
Rainey Day | Reviewer: Metfan122164 | 6/30/12
With all due respect to "Only the Lonely", Sinatra WAS the greatest voice of all time; don't form your opinion of him after circa 1962 when he became more style over substance.. listen to a 1940's version of Blue Eyes.. the voice was prestine.. as close to perfect as any one ever was.
A Man And His Music | Reviewer: gabe Renzo | 3/1/11
Firstly, Jimmy Van Heusen neverpenned a bad lyric ; secondly, Sinatra never sang a bad song. Now add an arrangement by Gordon Jenkens and you have
a song as perennial as the stars.
Sounds simple enough, but it's really not. Many, many years of hard work and learning stirred into emotion goes into creating such a work of art!
Guess you can say it's kinda' like, the Secretariat of songs!
Here's That Rainy Day | Reviewer: Anonymous | 9/17/10
This ballad has been a perenial favorite of mine from the first time I heard it in 1954. In his autography "The Gift of Music", the gifted, talented,sensitive Hollywood composer/arranger, Sammy Nestico wrote of Frank Sinatra that, in his opinion, Frank Sinatra was the greatest entertainer of the twentieth century.I agree! No
one has ever performed this gut wrenching ballad with the feeling and understanding that Mr. Sinatra did.
Only the Lonely, 1959 | Reviewer: No Moss | 6/11/09
Well, Sinatra wasn't the greatest voice, but he had a way with music, each song getting his distinctive and instinctive touch. He wanted the best songs, the best arrangers, the best musicians, and the best performance he could give. He was infamous among musicians for his retakes. Finally, in one session, a musician piped up when Sinatra wanted another retake, saying "Baby, you can't do it any better!" Everyone broke up, including Frank, and Frank agreed.
Perfection | Reviewer: Bernardo | 5/12/08
It seems to me that everytime that I write a review about Sinatra I always have to use the superlative "Perfection." This song is perfect. I can't go one day without hearing it. I have a tee-shirt that I had printed, it says, "IF IT AIN'T SINATRA, IT AINT." Bernardo
The greatest | Reviewer: Bernardo | 10/24/07
Sinatra was the greatest voice ever heard. Nobody else comes close. Howver, I think the the first word of the lyric to "here's that rainy day" is "Maybe I should have saved . . .
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