You Spin Me Like A Tornado

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By Myranda Grecinger

I think,

You come,

With all the passions of the wind,

Blowing like an Oklahoma Storm.

Your looks,

Your touch,

Your moves and your charm,

Take me to the highest of the highs,

Then drop me to the lowest of the lows.

You spin me like a tornado.

The when the damage is done,

You leave the wreckage behind,

And me with nothing to hold on to,

Until I pick up the pieces and start to settle back in,

Oh lord,

Here comes that wind again.

I never knew,

There were people like you,

Who could touch me so deep and so true.

We went on our way

Growing closer each day

The skies were so sunny and blue,

But I should have known better

Then to think we’d stay together

‘Cause no one can change the weather.

So I tried and I tried to hold on through the rain

Never knowing what I might lose or might gain

Then the lightning and thunder rolled out all the pain

I watched my whole world fall apart as it spinned

Everything breaks when no one can bend

But I should have known that you cannot hold onto the wind

So I dry up my tear

Then face my fear

And the skies all begin to look clear

I start to move on

While the darkness is gone

I survived and I smile thinking I won

But you won’t let it end

So you walk back in

This old heart won’t ever mend

As long as its chasing the wind

I think,

You come,

With all the passions of the wind,

Blowing like an Oklahoma Storm.

Your looks,

Your touch,

Your moves and your charm,

Take me to the highest of the highs,

Then drop me to the lowest of the lows.

You spin me like a tornado.

The when the damage is done,

You leave the wreckage behind,

And me with nothing to hold on to,

Until I pick up the pieces and start to settle back in,

Oh lord,

Here comes that wind again.

Here comes that wind

Here comes that old wind again


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bryteyedgemini 5 years ago from Oklahoma Author

Thanks


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DeathxBluexPoetry 5 years ago

Absolutely stunning.

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