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"Too Much Rain" Song by Paul McCartney from the album Chaos and Creation in the Backyard Published MPL Communications Ltd. / Inc. (ASCAP) Released 2005-09-12 Recorded Air Studios, London Genre Rock Length 3:24 Label Parlophone, Capitol, EMI Writer Paul McCartney Composer Paul McCartney Producer Nigel Godrich Chaos and Creation in the Backyard track listing "English Tea" (6) "Too Much Rain" (7) "A Certain Softness" (8) "Too Much Rain" is a song by Paul McCartney and is the seventh track on his 2005 album Chaos and Creation in the Backyard. The song was recorded at George Martin's Air Studios in central London with producer Nigel Godrich. It was inspired by the theme to the 1936 film Modern Times, written by Charlie Chaplin and commonly known as "Smile" (lyrics were added to Smile in 1954 by John Turner and Geoffrey Parsons).[1] The lyrics of "Too Much Rain" concern hope in the face of adversity ("Laugh when your eyes are burning/Smile when your heart is filled with pain..."). In addition to "Smile," McCartney has said the song was also inspired by his then-wife, Heather Mills McCartney, who had "a lot of tough times in her life."[1] References ^ a b Crowley, Gary and Paul McCartney (2005-08-17). "MACCA-News: Chaos and Creation in the Backyard Interview Transcript". http://www.macca-central.com/macca-news/morenews.cfm?ID=1816.  This article about a song by one or more members of The Beatles is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e