"Hurricane" as written by Joan Osborne, Michael Anthony Mangini, Erik Della Penna and Jack Petriuzzelli....
I am a genius
I am a diamond
My Pretty tongue gives you freezer burn
I think above you
in three dimensions
Come in here, you can never return

Like a hurricane
in the face of the wind and the rain
like a hurricane
when you open you open a vein

I see your headlights across my ceiling
you are a puppet of a wish I made
They never touch me, they say I'm brain,
my mother's brain

Like a hurricane
in the face of the wind and the rain
like a hurricane

when you open you open a vein
You plant a seed in my mind

I walk around and I speak your message
For myself I don't know what to say
I walk around and I speak your message

Like a hurricane
in the face of the wind and the rain
like a hurricane
when you open you open a vein
Give me more give me more Novocain


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