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Baby the Rain Must Fall (song)

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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"
Released January 1965
Genre Folk
Length 2:17
Label RCA Victor 8498
Writer(s) Elmer Bernstein, Ernie Sheldon
Producer(s) Neely Plumb
Glenn Yarbrough singles chronology
"Jenny's Gone and I Don't Care"
"Baby the Rain Must Fall"
"It's Gonna Be Fine"

"Baby the Rain Must Fall" is a song written by Elmer Bernstein and Ernie Sheldon and performed by Glenn Yarbrough. The song reached #2 on the adult contemporary chart and #12 on the Billboard chart.[1]

The song is the title song from the movie, Baby the Rain Must Fall and is heard during the opening credits.

The song appeared on Yarbrough's 1965 album, Baby the Rain Must Fall. It was recorded at RCA Victor's Music Center of the World in Hollywood, California.[2]

The song was arranged by Bread lead singer David Gates.[3] Earl Palmer played drums on the song.

Other Versions

  • Chris Connor released a version of the song on her 1965 album, Sings Gentle Bossa Nova.[4]


  1. ^ Glenn Yarbrough, "Baby the Rain Must Fall" Chart Positions Retrieved January 20, 2014
  2. ^ Baby the Rain Must FallGlenn Yarbrough, Retrieved January 20, 2014
  3. ^ Yarbrough, "Baby the Rain Must Fall" single release Retrieved January 20, 2014
  4. ^ Sings Gentle Bossa NovaChris Connor, Retrieved January 20, 2014
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