Here is one of the 30s standards which has been harmonized for choirs. The song quickly met with success and was performed by many singers like Cliff Edwards in “Hollywood Revue” (1929), Jimmy Durante and Judy Garland. Gene Kelly made it famous in the movie “Singin’ in the Rain.” A man dancing in the rain in front of his score’s shop would have inspired Arthur Fred the lyrics. Nacio Herb Brown composed it, and Doris Eaton Travis sang it for the first time in 1929. Rafael Sánchez Mombiedro is a choirmaster and a professor to the Conservatorio Municipal “José Iturbi” de Valencia, Spain, and he gives a faithful and jazzy look to the song.