About "Here Comes The Rain Again"
"Here Comes the Rain Again" is a 1983 song by British duo Eurythmics and the opening track from their third studio album Touch. It was written by group members Annie Lennox and David A. Stewart and produced by Stewart. The song was released on 12 January 1984 as the album's third single in the UK and in the United States as the first single.
It became Eurythmics' second Top 10 U.S. hit, peaking at number 4 on the Billboard Hot 100. "Here Comes the Rain Again" hit number eight in the UK Singles Chart, becoming their fifth consecutive Top 10 single in their home country.
Top songs by Eurythmics
- Sweet Dreams (are Made Of This)
- Love Is A Stranger
- Here Comes The Rain Again
- The Miracle Of Love
- Thorn In My Side
- There Must Be An Angel
- A Whiter Shade Of Pale
- Even The Bad Times (were Good Times)
- Crazy Sister
- I Saved The World
- Chelsea Lovers
- Better To Have Lost In Love (than Never To Have...
- Would I Lie To You
- In This Town
- I Need You
- I Could Give You (a Mirror)
- A Little Of You
- Anything But Strong
- How Long
- I Need A Man
- I Love You Like A Ball And Chain
- I Got A Lover (back In Japan)
- There Must Be An Angel (playing With My Heart)
- Do You Want To Break Up
- Don't Ask Me Why
- Beautiful Child
- I Remember You
- A Cat With A Tale
- Missionary Man
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