"Heartbreak Hurricane" as written by Jim Rushing and Larry E. Cordle....
I'm mighty quiet for thunder,
Shut the shutters on my car.
She had me eatin from her hand,
The first night in the dark.
I did not see the danger,
Not 'til she blew in,
'Til she left me shakin' like a dry leaf,
In a high lonesome wind.

Heartbreak hurricane.
She's gone but not forgotten,
Lord, I still call her name.
Despite the devastation,
Sweet memories remain,
In the wake of a heartbreak hurricane.

I know it may sound crazy,
But every now and then,
I have a yearning that someday,
She'll blow my way again
I know her name spells trouble,
And I know my heart's at stake,
For a chance to win her love,
It's a chance I'm glad to take.

Heartbreak hurricane,
She's gone but not forgotten,
Lord, I still call her name.
Despite the devastation,
Sweet memories remain,
In the wake of a heartbreak hurricane.

Despite the devastation,
Sweet memories remain,
In the wake of a heartbreak hurricane.


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"Heartbreak Hurricane" as written by Larry E. Cordle Jim Rushing

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