Easy but nice sounding arrangement for 3 vocal parts especially made for:
- choirs / vocalgroups groups with very few men
- (high)schools who want to sing popsongs using 2 or 3 part harmony
On a scale of I - V this arrangement is level III: Average
Performed by The Weather Girls
Arranged by Hans Reintjes
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This arrangement consists of a professional backtrack recording: You can, like all other choir-combo arrangements from our catalogue, sing this arrangement also without pianist or band.
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A: Hi, hi, we’re your Weather Girls. Ahah, and have we got news for you. You better listen. Get ready, all you lonely girls, and leave those umbrellas at home. Alright.
B: Humidity’s risin’. Hmm, it’s risin’. Barometer’s gettin’ low. How low, girl? According to all sources. What sources now? The street’s the place to go. We’d better hurry up.
C: 'Cause tonight for the first time. Just about halfpast ten. For the first time in history. It’s gonna start raining men.
D: It’s raining men, Hallelujah, it’s raining men, amen. I’m gonna go out to run and let myself get. Absolutely soaking wet.
E: It’s raining men, Hallelujah, it’s raining men. Every specimen. Tall, blond, dark and lean Rough and tough and strong and mean.
F: God bless Mother Nature. She’s a single woman too. She took off to heaven. And she did what she had to do. She taught every angel. She rearranged the sky. So that each and every woman. Could find her perfect guy. Wooh, it’s raining men, yeah.
G: Humidity’s risin’. Humidity’s risin’. Barometer’s gettin’ low. It’s gettin’ low, low, low, low, low. According to all sources. According to all sources. The street’s the place to go.
H: 'Cause tonight, for the first time. Just about halfpast ten. For the first time in history. It’s gonna start raining men.