FANDOM

1,947,277 Pages

StarIconGreen
LangIcon
Natural Disaster

This song is by Loudon Wainwright III and appears on the album Final Exam (1978) and on the live album A Live One (1979).

Here comes the thunder, here comes the rain
I sure hope the lightning don't strike me again
Cyclones and typhoons, tornados too
Baby, they should name a hurricane after you

You shook me like an earthquake, there was no way out
You hit me like a flash-flood, you drained me like a drought
There I was, I was stranded in an inferno
It was a five-alarm fire in your volcano

Here comes the thunder, here comes the rain
I sure hope the lightning don't strike me again
Cyclones and typhoons, tornados too
Baby, they should name a hurricane after you

Tidal wave, total eclipse, there's a panic on the beach
All the other planets are either dead or out of reach
And it feels like a famine and I feel so afraid
At first I thought it was fever but I found out it was a plague

Here comes the thunder, here comes the rain
I sure hope the lightning don't strike me again
Cyclones and typhoons, tornados too
Baby, they should name a hurricane after you

Written by:

Loudon Wainwright III

External links