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NWDInterestingSongs about Hurricanes: Read and Listen to Our List of Songs about Storms and Rain!

Songs about Hurricanes: Read and Listen to Our List of Songs about Storms and Rain!

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Songs about Weathering the Storm

We all know that the power of hurricanes is a terrifying force that we, the human race, have to reckon with. Imagine the power of a hurricane with winds over 150 miles per hour, destroying everything in its path and killing thousands of people and animals. Probably it is impossible to imagine something more terrible than hurricanes of the 5th degree because they are responsible for enormous damage to all life on the Earth. Hurricanes can wipe out entire cities and countries, flood islands and archipelagos, and leave people one-on-one with the elements.

Why talk about hurricanes of degree 5, if even a small hurricane of degree 1 with wind force equal to 80-100 miles per hour can leave metropolitan cities without light, people without medicines, and vital products. Small hurricanes can destroy the economies of many developing countries. Due to global warming and the accelerated pace of natural resource extraction, the frequency and strength of hurricanes have increased, which is very bad for the planet. This is especially true for us Americans, as the U.S. has experienced dozens of major hurricanes and storms in recent years. If unfortunately, a hurricane is coming to your city, we recommend that you listen to all the requests of authorities and meteorologists, stay calm and be ready to evacuate at any moment. To cheer you up we have a list of the songs with the word hurricane in them you can listen to.

Creedence Clearwater Revival with the song “Who’ll Stop the Rain”

This song was ranked by Rolling Stone magazine, where the magazine praised the song about hurricanes and placed it in the top 500 best songs of all time. The tense political situation served to write this song. It was pouring rain at Woodstock in August 1969 and the composers of “Who’ll Stop the Rain ” decided to write a song in which they metaphorically describe the political strife and situation in the country of that era. In the storm song itself, the rain feels like it’s falling non-stop, there’s no end to it. Hurricanes are what bring heavy, torrential rains, and if the hurricane has a low speed, it can rain for weeks.

Kenny Chesney and Jimmy Buffett with “Trying to Reason with Hurricane Season”

The 1974 thunderstorms song, interpreted by singer Kenny Chesney, sings about a man who likes to bum around and drink. He especially has that vibe during hurricane season, which runs from June 1 to November 30. The hero of the song hurricane likes to lie on a hammock, drink alcohol in a bar and just watch the storms that attack the coast of his town. But the degree in the hero’s blood gives no cause for fear, for he can drink more!

“Hurricane”- a Song about Storms and Rain by Theory of a Deadman

Hurricanes are often used to describe romantic relationships, the relationship between husband and wife. That’s what the author of this song about thunderstorms did, because he had a divorce from his wife. He skillfully described their life together with the word hurricane, for the strong winds of the hurricane took away all the pleasant memories of their marriage, the lightning struck to the very soul and killed the love that had warmed their hearts for so long. The author of this 2012 hurricane rock song dreams of going back to the days when there were only blue skies and no rainy clouds above his head!

Hurricane Songs List: More 10 Songs

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Hurricane – Grace Jones

Dose of Thunder – The Replacements

Hurricane by The Fray

Hell or High Water by KISS

Against The Wind – Bob Seger

Here Comes the Rain Again by Eurythmics

Rain – The Cult

The End of the World As We Know It – R.E.M.

Like a Hurricane – Neil Young

Riding the Storm Out – REO Speedwagon

We are in love with the song Dose of Thunder – The Replacements, as this song is the true example of a real song about the power of elements, so, give me one good dose of thunder!

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