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Charles Bradley – Hurricane lyrics

People, look around you
It’s a hurricane
Everybody tryin to run and hide
It’s a hurricane (hurricane)
Can you feel it?
All over the southern state
It’s a hurricane
Can everybody see?
Wake up!
Look after this world
It’s a hurricane
On the land, aha
Look at the red blue ocean
Coming to the land
It’s mad
Telling you
I’m crying
It’s a hurricane (hurricane)
Can you see it? (hurricane)
Look in your heart
Round and round and round and round and round and round oh
And see the lamb of Christ
Telling you
It’s a hurricane
Stop it brother
Stop it sister
Stop killing your planet
It’s crime
Can you see the rain?
And thunder
It’s a hurricane (hurricane)
Can you feel it?
It’s a hurricane (hurricane)
Round and round and round and round and round and round oh
Can you feel it?
It’s a hurricane (hurricane)
Can you feel the lightning?
Can you feel the thunder? (hurricane)
Can you feel the wind?
Can you feel the heart? (hurricane)
It’s a hurricane (hurricane)
Can you see the sea?
Rushing to shore (hurricane)
Can you feel the hurt?
This is telling you something
My brothers and sisters! (hurricane)
Look at your heart
Look at your soul
Look at your heart (hurricane)
And know!



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