Hurricane Drunk

  • No walls can keep me protected
    No sleep
    Nothing in between me and the rain
    And you can't save me now
    I'm in the grip of a hurricane
    I'm gonna blow myself away

    I'm going out
    I'm gonna drink myself to death
    And in the crowd
    I see you with someone else
    I brace myself
    'Cause I know it's going to hurt
    But I like to think at least things can't get any worse

    No hope
    Don't want shelter
    No calm
    Nothing to keep me from the storm
    And you can't hold me down
    'Cause I belong to the hurricane
    It's gonna blow this all away

    I'm going out
    I'm gonna drink myself to death
    And in the crowd
    I see you with someone else
    I brace myself
    'Cause I know it's going to hurt
    But I like to think at least things can't get any worse

    I hope that you see me
    'Cause I'm staring at you
    But when you look over
    You look right through
    Then you lean and kiss her on the head
    And I never felt so alive
    And so dead

    I'm going out
    I'm gonna drink myself to death
    And in the crowd
    I see you with someone else
    I brace myself
    'Cause I know it's going to hurt

    I'm going out

    I'm going out
    I'm gonna drink myself to death
    And in the crowd
    I see you with someone else
    I brace myself
    'Cause I know it's going to hurt

    I'm going out
    I'm going out
    I'm going out
    I'm going out
    I'm going out
    I'm going outWriter/s: FLORENCE LEONTINE MARY WELCH, FRANCIS EG WHITE
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG Rights Management
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