Rainy Day Man

Bonnie Raitt

credits


publisher: ©EMI Music Publishing
writers: James V Taylor, Zachary Wiesner
album: Track 2 in album Streetlights
release date: 1974
popularity : 8 users have visited this page.
genres: Rock Blues Folk, World, & Country
styles: Electric Blues/Blues Rock
length: 3:42
writer: James Taylor

Album Information

label: Warner Bros. Records
country(area): United States
format: 12" Vinyl
script: Latin

Cover Art

Bonnie Raitt Streetlights cover art

Lyrics

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What good is that happy lie

Your good friends they don't seem to help at all
Just look up your rainy day man
It does you no good to pretend child
And it looks like you lose again, my friend

He don't chase rainbows
Grey days rolling
Empty feeling

You can't hide the truth with a happy song
Just look up your rainy day man
Now simple pleasures they all evade you
Look for signs to ease the pain
Go on and pray for rain
It looks like another fall
When you're feeling kind of cold and small
All I need to do is look up my rainy day man
Now what good is that happy lie

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Track Listing


12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 That Song About the Midway
  • 2 Rainy Day Man
  • 3 Angel From Montgomery
  • 4 I Got Plenty
  • 5 Streetlights
  • 6 What Is Success
  • 7 Ain't Nobody Home
  • 8 Everything That Touches You
  • 9 Got You on My Mind
  • 10 You Got to Be Ready for Love (If You Wanna Be Mine)