▶ Guy Lombardo - September in the Rain (1937) - YouTube  September in the Rain Lyrics - Al Dubin Music - Harry Warren Performed by Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians Vocal Refrain by Carmen Lombardo Recorded February 2, 1937

▶ Guy Lombardo - September in the Rain (1937) - YouTube September in the Rain Lyrics - Al Dubin Music - Harry Warren Performed by Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians Vocal Refrain by Carmen Lombardo Recorded February 2, 1937

Dinah Washington (Ruth Lee Jones) fue una cantante estadounidense de rhythm and blues, jazz y blues que nació el 29 de agosto de 1924. Conocida por apelativos como La reina del blues, Queen D o Miss D, se trata de una de las mejores y principales voces femeninas de la música negra.

Dinah Washington (Ruth Lee Jones) fue una cantante estadounidense de rhythm and blues, jazz y blues que nació el 29 de agosto de 1924. Conocida por apelativos como La reina del blues, Queen D o Miss D, se trata de una de las mejores y principales voces femeninas de la música negra.

Dancing at the New Year's Party for 1961 to see in 1962 would have probably included playing some Frank Sinatra - his new LP Swingin Session (with Nelson Riddle) had just released - here's 'September In The Rain' with Frank and Nelson off that LP

Dancing at the New Year's Party for 1961 to see in 1962 would have probably included playing some Frank Sinatra - his new LP Swingin Session (with Nelson Riddle) had just released - here's 'September In The Rain' with Frank and Nelson off that LP

Dinah Washington - September In The Rain

Dinah Washington - September In The Rain

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▶ Dinah Washington: September in the Rain - YouTube "September in the Rain" is a popular song by Harry Warren and Al Dubin, published in 1937. The song was introduced by James Melton in the film Melody for Two. It has become a standard, having been recorded by many artists since.

▶ Dinah Washington: September in the Rain - YouTube "September in the Rain" is a popular song by Harry Warren and Al Dubin, published in 1937. The song was introduced by James Melton in the film Melody for Two. It has become a standard, having been recorded by many artists since.

"Here comes the rain again, falling from the stars. Drenched in my pain again, becoming who we are. As my memory rests, but never forgets what I lost, wake me up when September ends."

"Here comes the rain again, falling from the stars. Drenched in my pain again, becoming who we are. As my memory rests, but never forgets what I lost, wake me up when September ends."

Good Morning, Good Morning from "Singing in the Rain" 1952 starring Gene Kelly, Debbie Reynolds, Donald O'Connor.

Good Morning, Good Morning from "Singing in the Rain" 1952 starring Gene Kelly, Debbie Reynolds, Donald O'Connor.

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