„What should I write?
What can I say?
How can I tell you how much I miss you?
The weather here has been as nice as it can be,
Although it doesn't really matter much to me.
For all the fun I'll have while you're so far away,
It might as well rain until September.“

—  Carole King, It Might as Well Rain Until September (1962), co-written with Gerry Goffin, recorded by King and Bobby Vee
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