"Johnny And The Hurricanes" as written by and Luke Michael Haines....
Ah ho ho ho
Ah ho oh oh
Ah ho ho ho
Ah ho oh oh

This is Nero calling out to God and the kids
This is the kiss off kiss from the one thay missed
Are four young men gonna change the world again?

Johhny and the Hurricanes
English tarmac, English trains
I had a dream in black and white
The future's 1955

Ah ho ho ho
Ah ho oh oh
Ah ho ho ho
Ah ho oh oh

Will your lick-spittle courtier stay out of view?
I come to bury you, not exhume
We're a little bit awkward, we're a little dim

Johnny and the Hurricanes
English tarmac, English rain
Billy was a spiderman
Threw himself beneath a train

Ah ho ho ho
Ah ho oh oh
Ah ho ho ho
Ah ha oh oh

Johny and the Hurricanes live in the dark
Johnny Kid, Johnny Johnny and they live in the dark
Born on a Monday, dead within a year

A black mass for Richard Kaey
My girlfriend's brother found him
(hanging in the garage)
The GPO, electric trains
Johhny and the Hurricanes
Continential cigarettes
Continential cigarettes

Oh ho
Johnny and The Hurricanes
Oh ho
Oh ho
Johnny and The Hurricanes
Oh ho


Lyrics submitted by enola

Johnny And The Hurricanes song meanings
Add your thoughts

1 Comment

sort form View by:

Add your thoughts

Log in now to tell us what you think this song means.

Don’t have an account? Create an account with SongMeanings to post comments, submit lyrics, and more. It’s super easy, we promise!

Back to top
explain