Raining in My Heart

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"Raining in My Heart"
Raining In My Heart Buddy Holly Coral 45.jpg
Song by Buddy Holly
from the album The Buddy Holly Story
Released 1959
Recorded October 21, 1958
Genre Pop
Length 2:48
Label Coral 9-62074
Songwriter(s) Felice Bryant, Boudleaux Bryant

"Raining in My Heart" is a song recorded by Buddy Holly on October 21, 1958[1] with the orchestral backing by Dick Jacobs. The music and lyrics are written by the songwriting team of Felice Bryant and Boudleaux Bryant. It was released as a single on Coral Records in 1959, peaking at #88 on the Billboard charts as the B-side of "It Doesn't Matter Anymore". This recording was included on Buddy Holly's first "greatest hits" compilation album titled The Buddy Holly Story that was released in March 1959.

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In popular culture[edit]

In 1968, The Beatles paraphrased the first line of "Raining in My Heart" in their song "Dear Prudence" as "The sun is up [instead of "out"]; the sky is blue."

Rick Danko covered the song on his 1989 tour as a member of Ringo Starr & His All-Starr Band; he performed it live throughout his solo career.

This song is referenced in Alvin Stardust's song "I Feel Like Buddy Holly." That song's refrain is: "Well, I feel like Buddy Holly, 'cause it's raining In my heart."

References[edit]

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