Its Raining Its Pouring Lyrics

Presenting a Traditional Nursery Rhyme its raining its pouring. This children’s song was first recorded by the composer Charles Ives in 1939, in New York.

Short History About Its Raining Its Pouring

It’s Raining, It’s Pouring is an English language nursery rhyme and children’s song. It has a Roud Folk Song Index number of 16814. The earliest known audio recording of the song was made in 1939 in New York by anthropologist and folklorist Herbert Halpert and is held in the Library of Congress. Charles Ives added musical notes in 1939, and a version of it was copyrighted in 1944 by Freda Selicoff.
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Its Raining Its Pouring Lyrics

It’s raining, it’s pouring;
The old man is snoring.
He went to bed and he
Bumped his head
And he couldn’t get up in the morning.

It’s snowing, it’s blowing
The old man is growing
He ate so much one day for lunch
Every part of him was showing.

It warm out and sunny
The old man loves honey
He tried to seize
A batch from the bee’s
And they didn’t find it funny.

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Its Raining Its Pouring FAQ-

When Was The Origin Of”Its Raining Its Pouring”?

In 1939 New York

Who Is The Composer Of “Its Raining Its Pouring”?

Charles Ives