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ONE RAINY AFTERNOON Title song from the film "One Rainy Afternoon" (1936) (Music: Ralph Erwin / Lyrics: Jack Stern & Harry Tobias) Roland Young (Film Soundtrack) - 1936 The rain was dripping and I was slipping And so I thought to see a movie would be ripping It was so dark there, so nice to park there Especially on that rainy afternoon A lovely stranger sat there beside me And there was danger, but no conscience there to guide me I squeezed her hand then, it was so grand then On that lucky rain, rain, rainy afternoon Upon the screen there was a scene Of love supreme, but in-between I caught a glimpse of loveliness divine That stole away this heart of mine Believe me, Mister, who could resist her Before I knew what I was doing, I had kissed her The story's simple, a saucy dimple Brought us together on that rainy afternoon (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - November 2015)

    


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