"The Storm" as written by and Noah Harmon Mikel Jollett....
Before I took in, I tried to think of something I could say
I watched the shadows in the hall
Had to dance with the light and the white on the wall
Your face in these pictures looks like a poem
Your eyes lit up like a river storm
Your body so much like a blanket thrown on a warm bed at night,
Like a house in the storm

Then you walked right through the doorway
You tell me you're here to stay
And the worst is gone and back I'd holler,
Had you been here this way
I surprise myself sometimes
The way the days unfold and this road unwinds
You tell me you see it too
And the miles feel like inches when I think of you
It's been twenty five days that I've been gone
And twenty five weeks since I've seen my home
I spend twenty five months chasing this song
And all of this time I've been alone

You walked right through the doorway
You tell me you're here to stay
And the worst is gone and back I'd holler,
Had you been here this way
And you knew it all along
I wasn't happy all along
And nobody at home had wanted me to just come home

Then you walked right through the doorway
You tell me you're here to stay
The worst is gone and back I'd holler,
Had you been here this way
And I only just learned how to stand like a man
I got twenty five years of running instead
How could I see that girl at my feet
Then you came to me and I was caught in the storm
That I wasn't alone


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"The Storm" as written by Noah Harmon Mikel Frans Jollett

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