We Will Meet In A Hurricane

Album: We Will Meet In A Hurricane (2022)
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  • We Fell in Love in hurricane
    And then it rained for forty days
    And maybe we didn’t notice
    The storm was all around us
    The way the waves came rolling
    Up to the door of our building

    We fell in love hurricane
    For forty days nothing was the same
    Cause baby baby I’m falling
    Everytime you come calling
    Yeah baby baby I’m falling
    Everytime you come calling

    And then I saw that

    Everything was sinking to the bottom down below
    Everything I owned and everything I used to know
    We swam into the sky
    Through a hurricane eye
    And we will meet in hurricane

    Nothing was ever going to be the same
    In these days of fury
    Gone are my days of worry
    And In the water below me
    I see my city is sinking

    Everything was sinking to the bottom down below
    Everything I owned and everything I used to know
    We swam into the sky
    Through a hurricane eye
    And we will meet in hurricane

    And if the world has gone to fury
    Baby baby don’t worry
    And if the world has gone to fury
    Baby baby don’t worry
    Cause we will meet in a hurricane Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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