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A 1944 song performed as a duet by The Ink Spots featuring Bill Kenny and Ella Fitzgerald. The song was written by Allan Roberts (lyrics) and Doris Fisher (melody). The successful single went to number one on both The Harlem Hit Parade and the pop chart. The name of the song originates from a quotation of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow from the poem "Rainy Day"


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  • Avatar for priom__
    This is just beyond's 12 at noon and listened to it for the first time.
  • Avatar for Christien67
    rust in vrede Mam.. 28 - 5- 2013.. dit was het liedje dat je altijd zong ...
  • Avatar for arodriguez7932
    Fallout 3 :)
  • Avatar for cha0s1324
    Gotta love the Ink Spots and ella together. beautiful things happen
  • Avatar for Atrocitus7
    into each life, some rain must fall. but too much has fallen in mine
  • Avatar for yddodbobby_PoHF
    mine is turning into hailstorm!!!
  • Avatar for NATEthehater
    i love calm nice music whem im blowing up raiders
  • Avatar for Christien67
    My mother was always singing this song ... it brings back sweet memories ,....
  • Avatar for Carlana
    into each life some rain must fall, but too much is falling in mine...
  • Avatar for FatalNinjaaa3
    Is it "Chocolate Rain"? :D

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