swirl my heart to song

Just like a hurricane, Just like a hurricane,
the way you broke my heart and now
I’m left with the pain. After the hurricane.
Ooh Ooh Ooh Ooh Ooh Ooh Ooh Ooh Ooh
Ooh Ooh Ooh Ooh Ooh Ooh Baby
You’re a headless woman, you’re a hurricane.
Let the hurricane swirl my heart to song.
Oh (yeah, yeah), oh
Oh (yeah, yeah), oh
Oh, oh Oh, oh
Hello hurricane
You’re not enough
Hello hurricane
You can’t silence my love
I’ve got doors and windows boarded up
All your dead-end fury is not enough
You can’t silence my love
Oh (my love), oh
Oh (yeah, yeah), oh
Oh (yeah, yeah), oh
Oh, oh Oh, oh
take a bite of my heart tonight ~ hurricane //
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lyric in hurricane rhythm my empty heart lyric
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Oh (yeah, yeah), oh
Oh (yeah, yeah), oh
Oh, oh Oh, oh
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Oh (yeah, yeah), oh
Oh (yeah, yeah), oh
Oh, oh Oh, oh
‘o why is my heart unchained’, the poet
questions herself why she feels the way she does.
The hurricane represents her inner turmoil
‘o why is my heart unchained’, the poet
questions herself why she feels the way she does.
The hurricane represents her inner turmoil
Crash crash
Burn let it all burn
This hurricane chasing us all underground
This Hurricane
This Hurricane
This Hurricane
Oh (yeah, yeah), oh
Oh (yeah, yeah), oh
Oh, oh Oh, oh
You Make My Heart Go Crazy
(Like a Hurricane) Trying to wash away
all this pain near, the agony inside my chest
takes me away from here. The whole world
falls over this innocuous soul
And you breathe trying to escape
from that unhappiness that degenerates my head.
Could somebody please save me from this
hurricane of pain here? I’m just trying to hold on,
but this wind keeps getting stronger. I bend.
Could somebody please save me from this
hurricane of pain here? I’m just trying to hold on,
but this wind keeps getting stronger. I bend.
‘o why is my heart unchained’, the poet
questions herself why she feels the way she does.
The hurricane represents her inner turmoil
Oh (yeah, yeah), oh
Oh (yeah, yeah), oh
Oh, oh Oh, oh
Let the hurricane swirl my heart to song.

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