Loading player…

Large artwork

Mandolin Wind is a track on Rod Stewart's third solo album Every Picture Tells a Story, released in the middle of 1971. It was the only track on Every Picture Tells a Story that Stewart composed by himself (the album's title track was co-written with Ronnie Wood). The song tells the story from the point of view of an aging farmer husband - as a tribute to his loyal wife who stays by his side during a horrendous winter on… read more

Similar Tracks


When the rain came I thought you'd leave
'Cause I knew how much you loved the sun
But you chose to stay, stay and keep me warm
Through the darkest nights I've ever known

Rod Stewart - Mandolin Wind Lyrics


Leave a comment. Log in to Last.fm or sign up.

  • No! No !!..... Such a good song.... Love the Mandolin....
  • One of the best things Rod has ever done. I love this song so much. [2]
  • Mr Stewart at his best, come back and do more of his plzzzz
  • One of a kind! Both Rod & song...♥♥♥
  • That biography is not right , he came to fame in the middle sixties with The Steam Packet . Long John Baldry introduced him to the touring group that included Julie Driscoll . Singing with the faces and Jeff Beck came later .
  • Oh, Rod Steward.. I am sailing.... :-)
  • Beautiful. Love a mandolin.
  • You hear this so little, but it really is one of Rod's very best tracks, just love it still after all these years!
  • coldest winter in fourteen years could never, never change your mind

API Calls