Jack Moy & Glöden — Hurricane lyrics

The page contains the lyrics of the song "Hurricane" by Jack Moy & Glöden.

Lyrics

She was drop dead gorgeous
And I can’t afford this restaurant
I heard you only went out with boys from the other side of town
Where it’s all about the money you know
I see the slavery stitched in your clothes
And all the lies you were told
About this place that I call home
You said you never had to compete with me and that’s the way it will always be
You said you never had to compete with me and that’s the way it will always be
So take my hand I’ll show you around
There’s the bench where we first threw down
After a year you moved here
Got a nickname from the boys that was wierd
Out of all the names
Out of all the names
You were hurricane
Out of all the names
Out of all the names
You were hurricane
I was a perfect gentleman
Made you smile with out a cent, but than again
I heard you only went out with boys from the other side of town
Where it’s all about the money you know
I see the slavery stitched in your clothes
And all the lies you were told
About this place that I call home
You said you never had to compete with me and that’s the way it will always be
So take my hand I’ll show you around
There’s the bench where we first threw down
After a year you moved here
Got a nickname from the boys that was wierd
Out of all the names
Out of all the names
You were hurricane
Out of all the names
Out of all the names
You were hurricane
Wind spread words of lies in ears and you’re not innocent my dear
My sweat my blood is all that I have left
What remains in my black heart is not for you to light a spark
What remains in my black heart is mine
And all the drugs that I have done
Some for pain and some for fun
Cannot compete with loving you this way