From Cynthia Smith:
This one seemed a little obvious to me at first but it remains my favorite thunderstorm music and it is performed very well here by a youth orchestra: Beethoven's 6th Symphony, movement 4, Performed by the Simon Bolivar Youth Orchestra. Conductor Alexander Shelley. 16 July 2010
From Rahul Rajkhowa:
This is my song when it rains here. Just my own simple combo that sounds totally like a nursery rhyme..But then again, honestly, it's just the song that comes to my mind when it rains.
From Jonathon Hampton:
Though the words to the jazz standard "Smile" are actually about raising your spirits, the music in so melancholy that one can't help but think of this during sad or rainy moments. It's also popularly used during movie montages when a couple is going through hard times. Also, the first verse says, "When there are clouds in the sky, you'll get by." Aside from Nat "King" Cole's version, I really love the latest by Madeline Peyroux:
From Shaids Ismail:
I know these aren't really depressing songs that suits the rain or anything, but for me, rain and thunderstorms aren't all that bad. They're gifts that helps us go through life :)
From Sneh Ratna Choudhary:
This song is in Hindi, and I absolutely love it. It means heavy monsoon rain pouring down. The music and the lyrics in the song remind me of rainy days.
From Chris Amos:
Here is one of my favorite musical rainstorms...
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