"Hurricane" as written by and Luke Albert Combs Thomas Marc Archer....
Hadn't had a good time
Since you know when
Got talked into goin' out
With hopes you were stayin' in

I was feeling like myself for the first time
In a long time
'Till I bumped into some of your friends
Over there talkin' to mine

Then you roll in with your hair in the wind
Baby without warning
I was doin' alright but just your sight
Had my heart stormin'

The moon went hiding
Stars quit shining
Rain was dropping
Thunder 'n lightning
You wrecked my whole world when you came
And hit me like a hurricane
You hit me like a hurricane

Knew it was gonna be a long night
From the moment when
We locked eyes over whiskey on ice
Talkin' 'bout us again
If I woulda just layed my drink down
And walked out
I wouldn't be in my truck
Driving us to your house

But you rolled in with your hair in the wind
Baby without warning
I was doin alright but just your sight
Had my heart stormin'

The moon went hiding
Stars quit shining
Rain was dropping
Thunder 'n lightning
You wrecked my whole world when you came
And hit me like a hurricane
You hit me like a hurricane

Yeah we go to five
With your smile, blew me away
And girl it ain't but midnight
She gon' kill the lights
Bring my heart back to your bedside
Then you roll in with your hair in the wind
Baby without warning
I was doin' alright but just your sight
Had my heart stormin'

The moon went hiding
Stars quit shining
Rain was dropping
Thunder 'n lightning
You wrecked my whole world when you came
And hit me like a hurricane
You hit me like a hurricane
Hit me like a hurricane


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"Hurricane" as written by Luke Albert Combs Thomas Marc Archer

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    My InterpretationHe's comparing a girl he met by surprise to a hurricane - she came in unexpectedly and totally changed his world.
    Mellow_Harsheron June 14, 2017   Link

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