"Like a Hurricane" as written by Patrick Alger and Mark Daniel Sanders....
A little bit south of West Virginia
The miles go by and the engine roars
I've come so far tryin' to forget you
So far from that slammin' door

Day dawned bright in the Shenandoah
The sky's a cool clear mountain blue
But in my heart there's a thunder rollin'
Storm of love that was untrue

Like a hurricane in my heart
You tore my world apart
Like a dark cloud pourin' rain
You blew into my heart like a hurricane

If there's peace down in that valley
I believe that's where I'm bound
But if I thought you could still love me
You know I'd turn this truck around

Like a hurricane in my heart
You tore my world apart
Like a dark cloud pourin' rain
You blew into my heart like a hurricane

Like a dark cloud pourin' rain
You blew into my heart like a hurricane


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"Like a Hurricane" as written by Patrick Alger Mark Daniel Sanders

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