Just Walkin' In The Rain

Album: 16 Most Requested Songs (1956)
Charted: 1 2
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  • Johnnie Ray - Just Walkin' In The Rain

    Johnnie Ray
    Just walking in the rain
    Getting soaking wet
    Torturing my heart by trying to forget
    Just walking in the rain
    So alone and blue
    All because my heart still remembers you
    People come to their windows,
    They always stare at me
    Shaking their heads in sorrow
    Saying, Who can that fool be
    Just walking in the rain
    Thinking how we met
    Knowing things have changed
    Somehow I can't forget.

Comments: 3

  • Otik Vicente Jr. from Kawit, Cavite, PhilippinesI'd like to hear more songs from 1956
  • Anonymous from TennesseeThis song was originally by Johnny Bragg and the Prisonaires. This is a cover version.
  • Mark from London, EnglandRay Conniff provided the whistling.
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