Hurricane

  • I went down to a place in Bed Stuy
    A little liquor on my lips
    I let him climb inside my body
    And held him captive in my kiss

    And there's a storm you're starting now
    And there's a storm you're starting now
    And there's a storm you're starting

    I'm a wandress
    I'm a one night stand
    Don't belong to no city
    Don't belong to no man
    I'm the violence in the pouring rain
    I'm a hurricane
    I'm a hurricane
    I'm a hurricane

    I'm a wandress
    I'm a one night stand
    Don't belong to no city
    Don't belong to no man
    I'm the violence in the pouring rain
    I'm a hurricane
    I'm a hurricane

    I went down to a place in Brooklyn
    Where you tripped on LSD
    And I found myself reminded
    To keep you far away from me

    And there's a storm you're starting now
    And there's a storm you're starting now
    And there's a storm you're starting

    I'm a wandress
    I'm a one night stand
    Don't belong to no city
    Don't belong to no man
    I'm the violence in the pouring rain
    I'm a hurricane
    I'm a hurricane
    I'm a hurricane

    He says, "Oh baby, beggin' you to save me
    Well lately, I like 'em crazy
    Oh, maybe, you could devastate me
    Little lady, come and fade me"

    I'm a wandress
    I'm a one night stand
    Don't belong to no city
    Don't belong to no man
    I'm the violence in the pouring rain
    I'm a hurricane Writer/s: Ashley Frangipane, Tim Anderson
    Publisher: Peermusic Publishing, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
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