"Perfect Storm" as written by Lee Thomas Miller and Brad Douglas Paisley....
If she was a drink
She'd be a single-barrelled
Bourbon on ice
Smooth with a kick
A chill and a burn all
At the same time

She's Sunday drive meets
High speed chase
She ain't just a song
She's the whole mix tape
She's so complicated
That's the way God made her
Sunshine mixed with
A little hurricane

And she destroys me in that t-shirt
And I love her so much it hurts
I never meant to fall like this
She don't just rain she pours
That girl right there's
The perfect storm

I know how to make her laugh
Or blush, or mad at me
But that's OK there ain't no one
More beautiful angry

And she loves just as deep
As she goes when she's down
The highs match the lows
Can't have one without the other
And I love her just the way
God made her
Sunshine mixed with
A little hurricane

And she destroys me in that t-shirt
And I love her so much it hurts
I never meant to fall like this
But she don't just rain she pours
That girl right there's
The perfect storm

She's the girl of a lifetime
A guy like me spends his whole life
Looking for, that girl right there's
The perfect storm
Woah-oh-oh
Woah-oh-oh
(She destroys me in that t-shirt)


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"Perfect Storm" as written by Lee Thomas Miller Brad Douglas Paisley

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    General Comment"Perfect Storm" is a song recorded by American country music artist Brad Paisley. It was released on September 2, 2014 by Arista Nashville as the second single from his tenth studio album, Moonshine in the Trunk. He co-wrote the song with Lee Thomas Miller and co-produced it with Luke Wooten.
    The music video was directed by Jim Shea and premiered in October 2014. In it, Paisley and his band play the song in the pouring rain while wind throws photos of Paisley's female fans all around them.
    The song is a love ballad musically driven mainly by electric guitar and also featuring a prominent steel guitar, fiddle and a synthesizer. Paisley said he wanted the guitar part to sound like thunder. Lyrically, the singer describes the girl he loves as a "perfect storm.
    amirbeon December 27, 2014   Link

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