Baby the Rain Must Fall (song)
|"Baby the Rain Must Fall"|
|Single by Glenn Yarbrough|
|from the album Baby the Rain Must Fall|
|B-side||"I've Been to Town"|
|Label||RCA Victor 8498|
|Songwriter(s)||Elmer Bernstein, Ernie Sheldon|
|Glenn Yarbrough singles chronology|
"Baby the Rain Must Fall" is a song written by Elmer Bernstein and Ernie Sheldon and performed by Glenn Yarbrough after he left the Limeliters for a solo career. In early 1965, the song reached #2 on the adult contemporary chart and #12 on the Billboard chart. It also reached number 3 in South Africa.
The song is the title song from the movie, Baby the Rain Must Fall and is heard during the opening credits.
- Chris Connor released a version of the song on her 1965 album, Sings Gentle Bossa Nova.
- Trini Lopez
- Glenn Yarbrough, "Baby the Rain Must Fall" Chart Positions Retrieved January 20, 2014
- "Springbok Radio SA Top 20". Retrieved 14 March 2018.
- Glenn Yarbrough, Baby the Rain Must Fall Retrieved January 20, 2014
- Yarbrough, "Baby the Rain Must Fall" single release Retrieved January 20, 2014
- Chris Connor, Sings Gentle Bossa Nova Retrieved January 20, 2014
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