"Hurricane" as written by and Gavin Rossdale....
Skies ripped open by the sun :: Daylight comes but not soon enough
I speed down your track in search of you :: Strapped to the back of what we do
Anaesthetise these troubled nerves over to you to make it work
Agents of change set headfires :: I'd rather starve than fake alive

Lost to the cities of the night :: Lost in the world of make it right
Heartbreak :: heartbreaking :: Novocaine won't help the pain
I'm out of control - I'm in a hurricane - Head and heart have broken down
Out of control I'm in a hurricane :: Hurricane...

Win some ground but lose you :: It's never explained how to make it through
No rope no cash - no serpentine :: All love buried on a bonfire
Heartbreak :: Heartbreaking :: Novocaine won't help the pain
I'm out of control - I'm in a hurricane :: Head and heart have broken down

Hurricane :: Good to see you follow :: Good to see you come again
Hurricane... :: Miles of water :: Hurricane :: Miles of water
Out of control - I'm in a hurricane...


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"Hurricane" as written by Gavin Rossdale

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    General CommentHis life is broken down, everything is falling apart and every time he gets control of one aspect of his life, he loses control of another, and it's driving him crazy
    Adrienneon May 14, 2002   Link
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    General CommentThis song is just kind of like, "yeah" you know one of those songs. Its rockin' yeah. and i agree, he feels that hes losing grip on everything, and that his life is a blur. good song.
    Dr Fishopolison March 14, 2003   Link
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    General CommentThis is the best song from Golden State. Period.
    LightingCounton March 14, 2003   Link

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