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"Rain" is a song by the British rock band The Beatles, credited to Lennon/McCartney. It was first released in June 1966 as the B-side of the "Paperback Writer" single. Both songs were recorded during the sessions for Revolver but neither appears on that album.

Written primarily by John Lennon, "Rain" has been called The Beatles' finest B-side, especially notable for its heavy sonic presence and backwards vocals, both of which were a hint of things to come… read more

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If the rain comes they run and hide their heads
They might as well be dead
If the rain comes, if the rain comes

The Beatles - Rain Lyrics


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  • I reckon this song is on permanent rotation in Liam Gallagher's head.
  • Very underrated indeed. Beautiful inspiring lyrics by John, and Paul, George and Ringo are also on top of their game on this one.
  • Super underrated. Probably my favorite sound ever, I wanna sound like this
  • This songs gives me the urge to get some 126 film and take photos with a Kodak Instamatic with flash cubes. But they don't make 126 film anymore, damn it!
  • Would've fit on 'Revolver' perfectly. [2]
  • Would've fit on 'Revolver' perfectly.
  • early pink floyd all the way
  • This was a B-side? This is better than the A-side "Paperback Writer",in loads of ways: George's guitars, Paul's bass, the melody, the feedback, George Martin's genius production. I like both songs, BTW.

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