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Dillon Carmichael – Natural Disaster lyrics
[Verse 1]
My life's blown by like a Texas tornado
And my tears are like a cold Kentucky rain
Like an avalanche in Denver I keep crashing down
No matter how hard I try
Like a Mississippi mudslide
I keep losing ground

[Chorus]
Just when I think things will get better
Ol' Mother Nature won't let me forget her
The whiskey won't chase down a memory that's faster
It's too late for cover
Here comes another
Natural disaster

[Verse 2]
I ain't no stranger to all of God's wonders
And I have survived all kinds of hell
I thought I'd seen the worst of the pain
How could I know
Like an angry volcano
She'd blow me away?

[Chorus]
Just when I think things will get better
Ol' Mother Nature won't let me forget her
The whiskey won't chase down a memory that's faster
It's too late for cover
Here comes another
Natural disaster


[Chorus]
And just when I think things will get better
Ol' Mother Nature won't let me forget her
The whiskey won't chase down a memory that's faster
It's too late for cover
Here comes another
Natural disaster
Well it's too late for cover
Here comes another
Natural disaster

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