Singin’ in the Rain: How the Song Was Spun (Five Sentence Fiction)

Looking at the picture makes me realize how important lover’s words can be, especially in a romantic situation like being out in the rain together…

Lillie McFerrin posts a “Five Sentence Fiction” prompt.
This week it is: Rain

from Lillie McFerrin Writes

from Lillie McFerrin Writes

Gene and Debbie Romance the Rain and Are Happy Again
What are you doing out here in the rain, Debbie?
Oh, Gene, I’m happy and laughin’ at the clouds, because even though it’s so dark above, the sun’s in my heart and I’m ready for love.
Then Debbie, let these stormy clouds chase everyone from the place, and I say, come on rain, ’cause I got a smile on my face.
Oh Gene, let’s walk down the lane.
Yes Debbie, with this happy refrain: Just singin’, singin’ in the rain.

Randy Mazie
*with apologies to Gene Kelly and Debbie Reynolds from their 1952 movie “Singin’ in the Rain”; and words taken from the song “Singin’ In the Rain” with lyrics by Arthur Freed and music by Nacio Herb Brown, published in 1929.


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