"Hurricane (Don't Come Knocking)" as written by Florence Leontine Mary Welch and Francis Eg White....
I don't want your knock on my door
I hear your footsteps on my porch
Unless I need a (spin go away)uncertain
Stay inside the hurricane

I'm afraid to close my eyes for dreams
I belong to you
In this world
You're for me

I don't need your rock in my world
I don't feel like spinning around
The butteflies are frightened by your words
Terrified by silent sounds
I'm afraid to fall asleep for dreams
You belong to me
In this world
I'm for you

I'm afraid to close my eyes for dreams
I belong to you
In this world
You're for me

I'm afraid to fall asleep for dreams
You belong to me
In this world
I'm for you

I don't need your trembling all around
You're waking up my neighborhood
I don't need you here to hang around
You're poisoning my flower food
I'm afraid to fall asleep for dreams
You belong to me
In this world
I'm for you

I'm afraid to fall asleep for dreams
You belong to me
In this world
I'm for you

I'm afraid to fall asleep for dreams
I belong to you
In this world
You're for me


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