Man, what I wouldn't do to get access to some of that rebound energy from singer Michiru Maki（槙みちる）. She could probably cure a rainy day and a cold simultaneously.
Commenter haniwa hanibo recommended a song by Maki the other day but I wasn't able to find it on YouTube so I did some more scrounging around and found "Kieta Namida" (Dried Tears) instead. This was actually the B-side to her hit single "Wakaitte Subarashii"（若いってすばらしい）from 1966. It was the same lyricist who took care of "Kieta Namida" as well, Kazumi Yasui（安井かずみ）, while Osamu Shoji（東海林修）provided the music that has that hint of novelty pop with the beefy sax in there.
I'm not sure whether this B-side ever saw the light of day on the music-variety shows of the time, and considering the hit that "Wakaitte Subarashii" was, it's possible that "Kieta Namida" was very much overshadowed. Still, I think "Kieta Namida" would have been a fun tune to have seen performed in front of the cameras.