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Into Each Life Some Rain Must Fall

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Into Each Life Some Rain Must Fall
Attributes
GenreBlues
Length3:08
Released1944
Authors and performers
ArtistThe Ink Spots and Ella Fitzgerald
Written byAllan Roberts
Doris Fisher
Produced byDecca Records
Appearances
RadioGalaxy News Radio
Diamond City Radio
 
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Into Each Life Some Rain Must Fall that plays on Galaxy News Radio in Fallout 3, and Diamond City Radio in Fallout 4. It was composed by The Ink Spots and Ella Fitzgerald.

Background

The title of this song comes from the poem The Rainy Day by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.

Lyrics

Bill Kenny:
Into each life some rain must fall
But too much is falling in mine.

Into each heart some tears must fall,
But some day the sun will shine.

Some folks can lose
The blues in their hearts,

But when I think of you,
Another shower starts.

Into each life some rain must fall,
But too much is falling in mine.

Ella Fitzgerald:
Into each life some rain must fall
But too much, too much is falling in mine.

Into each heart some tears must fall,
But some day the sun will shine.

Some folks can lose
The blues in their hearts,

But when I think of you,
Another shower starts.

Into each life some rain must fall,
But too much is falling in mine.

Hoppy Jones:
Into each and every life some rain has got to fall
But too much of that stuff has fallen into mine
And into each heart some tears gotta fall
But I know that someday that sun is bound to shine

Bill Kenny:
Some folks can lose
The blues in their hearts,

Ella Fitzgerald:
But when I think of you,
Another shower starts.

Both:
Into each life some rain must fall,
But too much is falling in mine.

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