Gimme A Break

The sweet and soft sound of Albert Hammond in this live “It never ever Rains In California” performance sure will ring true in your heart and mind, and bring you earlier to quieter, calmer times. No need for a lift group, Albert sits gracefully increase on the stage and also gently serenades the crowd with his feel-good ballad around his struggles in life.

“I’m underloved, I’m underfed, I want to walk home. It never rains in California, but girl, don’t they warning ya? It pours, man, the pours…”


Although it seems that this tune is “California- focused,” the story behind the text is quite the opposite. As soon as Albert to be originally beginning out together an artist, busking the roads of Spain with no money to his name, the ran right into his cousin at the train terminal while performing his standard “begging” and begged him no to call his father the end of embarrassment.

The text “Please don’t phone call ’em exactly how you discovered me, don’t tell ’em how you uncovered me dimme a break, give me a break…” are a clear depiction of this wonderful struggle that Albert undertook towards the beginning of his career.

Interesting Quote: “All these things favor “will you tell the folks earlier home I nearly made it” and also all the stuff came from the era of my life when I to be struggling, do the efforts to make it, trying to get from Morocco to Spain, indigenous Spain come England, native England to America… That struggle you go through, that’s It never rains in southern California, the story of mine life.” – Albert Hammond

We might listen come this very soothing track all day and we thank Albert because that sticking that out through the rough times so we can hear, enjoy and dance to this timeless number. Enjoy this amazing, live performance of Albert in his prime!

+ It never ever Rains In California text +

Got on board a westbound 7 forty-sevenDidn’t think before deciding what to doOoh, that talk of opportunities, TV breaks and moviesRang true, sure rang true…

Seems it never ever rains in southerly CaliforniaSeems I’ve often heard that sort of speak beforeIt never ever rains in California, yet girl, don’t they warn ya?It pours, man, the pours

I’m the end of work, I’m the end of mine headOut of me respect, I’m out of breadI’m underloved, I’m underfed, I want to go homeIt never ever rains in California, yet girl, don’t they warning ya?It pours, man, it pours

Will girlfriend tell the folks back home I virtually made it?Had offers however didn’t understand which one to takePlease don’t phone call ’em how you discovered meDon’t call ’em exactly how you found meGimme a break, provide me a break

Seems it never rains in southerly CaliforniaSeems I’ve frequently heard that sort of talk beforeIt never rains in California, but girl, don’t they warning ya?It pours, man, that pours