"It's the best song ever" said John Lennon about this song - it was one of his favorites. This 1973 classic originally recorded by Ann Peebles was spontaneously written by Peebles and the man she would later marry on a rainy Memphis night, and the finished song was handed over to at the Hi Records office the next morning. The song was written one 1973 night when Peebles and her partner Don Bryant, who was a staff writer for Hi Records, were preparing to head out to a concert when a storm suddenly broke out. Peebles reaction was to blurt out "I can't stand the rain!" Don Bryant sat down at the piano and started to develop the song right away - they never went to the concert.
"If you like to lounge