Hello Hurricane

Album: Hello Hurricane (2009)
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  • Oh, oh
    Oh, oh
    Oh, oh
    Oh, I've been watching the skies
    They've been turning blood red
    Not a doubt in my mind anymore
    There's a storm up ahead

    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

    Everything I have I count as loss
    Everything I have is stripped away
    Before I started building
    I counted up these costs
    There's nothing left for you to take away

    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
    My love

    I'm a fighter fighting for control
    I'm a fighter fighting for my soul
    Everything inside of me surrenders
    You can't silence my love

    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
    My loveWriter/s: JON FOREMAN, TIM FOREMAN
    Publisher: Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., THE BICYCLE MUSIC COMPANY
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  • Patrick from Overland Park, KsThis is my favorite Switchfoot song hands down. I'm surprised it hasn't been released as a single because it is a tremendously powerful song that I can't stop listening too
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