"Lovin' a Hurricane" as written by and John Hiatt....
You answer questions like a natural disaster
Voices in the wind you let 'em call me out
The whole foundation just went flying past here
I put my heart into it and you just yank it out
You pulled my love through the windowpane
That's what I get for loving a hurricane

I could've run off with some Texas tornado
Some mister twister I could kick up my boot
heals with
Could've rode him on down to Laredo
But you blew up on the gulf like a hot,wet kiss
Blew my mind fast as a bullet train
That's what I get for loving a hurricane

Wah, wah wind and rain
Wah, wah it's a shame
That's what I get for loving a hurricane

I might've known you'd get it sooner or later
Living in that trailer park out on the sandy beach
Where tides roll in like big dream generators
Forces of nature blow everything out of reach
Water in my living room,fire up in my brain
That's what I get for loving a hurricane


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"Lovin' a Hurricane" as written by John Hiatt

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