"Dark and Stormy" as written by Joseph Goddard, Alexis Benjamin Taylor, Felix Martin, Al Doyle and Owen Clarke....
When you're feeling dark and stormy
Lemme sing this song for you
In your room a forest grew
Walk through and lift your blues

Ah-ooh Ah-ooh
Ah-ooh I'd be for you
I say Ah-ooh Ah-ooh
Ah-ooh I'd be for you I'd be for you

I feel it spread out before me
Feel i could make you want me
When you hear me howlin boo
In your room a forest grew

Ah-ooh Ah-ooh
Ah-ooh I'd brake for you
I say Ah-ooh Ah-ooh
Ah-ooh I'd brake for you I'd brake for you

Well there's a look in her eye
Can I say, can I say, can I say

We made our own love
Nobody helps us
We'll make our own luck
Outrun the sadness
We made our own love
Nobody helped us
We'll make our own luck
Outrun the sadness

If you're feelings aren't a story
And your lamplight's ray is dim
I can offer you this organ
And a song we all must sing

Ah-ooh Ah-ooh
Ah-ooh I'd be for you
I say Ah-ooh Ah-ooh
Ah-ooh I'd be for you I'd be for you

We made our own love
Nobody helps us
We'll make our own luck
Outrun the sadness
We made our own love
Nobody helped us
We'll make our own luck
Outrun the sadness

We're not the same, but we're in time
Is there something on my back
Take a look, I'd like to see
Are we living with disease


Lyrics submitted by laurentertaining

"Dark and Stormy" as written by Felix Martin Al Doyle

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    General CommentAhh ooohh!
    laurentertainingon August 28, 2013   Link
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    General Comment"I can offer you this organ" -- Now that is one of the more silly lyrics ever. Either he's being vulgar, or oddly biological. Here, have my pancreas! Feel better now?
    anaxamaxanon September 28, 2013   Link
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    General Commentmy daughter is obsessed with the book 'where the wild things are'. we read it every night. i'm sure everyone's familiar with the story... well, that book features the very specific phrase 'that very night in max's room a forest grew..." and as soon as i heard this song it made me think of max! i wonder if there's a deeper, intended connection/inspiration?

    anyways, i adore hot chip and was super excited to hear this song featured on the first episode of 'how to get away with murder'... hopefully it gets them some (much deserved, in my opinion) extra exposure.
    cosmocakeon December 29, 2014   Link

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