Purple Rain in the pink as best wet-weather song
PRINCE'S song Purple Rain has been voted the greatest rain song ever written in a poll for Uniroyal Tyres.
The 1983 hit beat It's Raining Men by The Weather Girls to claim top spot. November Rain by Guns N Roses, released in June 1992, was third.
Other tracks to make the top ten include Why Does It Always Rain On Me? by Travis, Here Comes The Rain Again, Eurythmics and Sunshine On A Rainy Day, Zoe.
Through The Rain, by Mariah Carey, Rainy Days And Mondays by The Carpenters and Rain by Madonna also featured.
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The poll of 2,000 music fans who drive was carried out by Uniroyal to raise awareness of their wet weather tyre safety campaign.
The study also revealed more than half of us find driving in the rain stressful and a third of those polled have had an accident or a near-miss in their car because of rain. Incredibly, 20 per cent admitted that while they knew wet roads slash stopping distances, they did not back-off from the car in front in the rain. It also emerged six in ten of us listen to music in the car to cheer us up on rainy days.