"Storm" as written by Morgan Fisher, Peter Overend Watts and Ray Major....
There's a rumor going round this place
That you've been hanging around
If I find out that it's true
I'm telling you
Gonna put you in the ground

There's a kind of misty morning
As I'm looking out 'cross town
Thinking 'bout my friends
Remembering what they said
And making me feel like a real lowdown

Well I saw that smoke stack lightning
When you pushed me to the brink
You got me worried, you got me mean
And when I'm mean I drink

And then a lot of wild talk was flying
About a tall cat sleeping around
Well I dunno who he is but I'm telling you this
When I catch up with him I'm gonna mow him down

[Chorus]
When I get there tonight you better be back home
There's an ill wind blowing and it's bringing a storm
An' when I get there tonight you better be alone
There's an ill wind blowing and it's bringing a storm

Cause when I get there tonight I'm gonna be insane
There's an ill wind blowing and it's bringing a storm
I've had enough of your lip gonna cause you some pain
There's an ill wind blowing and it's bringing a storm
I'm gonna jump on a train

Now you've burned out all my money
Just as much as you could take
And then your love turned bad and now I'm mad
Cause I made a big mistake
But if you think I'm gonna take it
Lying down like a dog
Well you'd better think again
I'll fix you up for good
I told you I would
And I'm just about to jump on a real fast train

[Chorus]


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"Storm" as written by Paul Drew Claire Rodrigues Lee

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