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Hunter Hayes: Storm Warning Meaning

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She rolled in from the west
In a summer sundress
Hotter than the heat in July
With her windblown hair
It just wasn't fair
The way she was blowin' my mind
Have you ever noticed
Every hurricane gets its name
From a girl like this
She's a...

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    anonymous
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    Nov 1st, 2014 11:33pm report


    He's blown away by this girl he's seen.



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    anonymous
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    Sep 20th, 2012 9:09pm report


    The lyric is one part a wreck, not brick. Lots of metaphors but the lyrics are very clear really. It's a classic story about a guy who meets a hot girl, against his better judgement has sex with her and regrets it the next day.



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    anonymous
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    Dec 1st, 2011 12:51pm report


    Awesome song

    All througout the theme is pretty constant: he's comparing a knock-out girl to a storm, like a hurricane. He talks about how she's beautiful, dynamic, spirited, and a whole bunch of other things that make her special. Long story short he says she's blowin' his mind.

    I know a few girls like this, so I can really relate.

    All in all this song is pretty similar, at least in theme/subject matter to your everyday ordinary song of desire, but MAN can this guy sing!




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