Hurricane

Album: Out of the Wasteland (2015)
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  • Turn the page
    Turn the corner
    Open the cage
    Cut the locks
    We're starting over
    I don't wanna live this way

    We made it through hell and back again
    We were slipping through the cracks, staring at the end
    Oh, and we brave the weather
    Hurricane couldn't take you from me
    I'm holding on tight and I still believe
    Oh, yeah, it just gets better

    A quiet rage
    A screaming silence is all around
    Let me in
    The world we built is crashing down

    We made it through hell and back again
    We were slipping through the cracks, staring at the end
    Oh, and we brave the weather
    Hurricane, couldn't take you from me
    I'm holding on tight and I still believe
    Oh, yeah, it just gets better

    It just gets better
    It just gets better

    We made it through hell and back again
    We were slipping through the cracks, staring at the end
    Oh, and we brave the weather
    Hurricane couldn't take you from me
    I'm holding on tight and I still believe
    Oh, yeah, it just gets better

    It just gets better Writer/s: Jason Michael Wade, Jude Anthony Cole
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Wixen Music Publishing
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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