When It Rains It Snows
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|song name||When It Rains It Snows|
|artist||They Might Be Giants|
|releases||Don't Let's Start (EP), Don't Let's Start (Album), Miscellaneous T, Then: The Earlier Years, Giants Jubilee, Podcast 44|
|first played||March 4, 1987 (7 known performances)|
|sung by||John Flansburgh; John Linnell harmonizes|
- Features Bill Krauss and John Flansburgh playing a hi-hat together, at the same time.
- John Linnell wrote the chorus and first verse and sings lead on the demo, and Flansburgh wrote the second verse.
- Linnell on recording the song: "We ran the accordion bass through an Eventide Harmonizer and lowered it an octave, but it still has a basic accordion sound."
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