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Song Parodies -> "Tornado"

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shanah smith

The Lyrics

Tornado, why do you tear up these fences?
You been out runnin' chasers for so long now
Oh, you're a wide one
I know you come round each season
These things that are rising in you
they can hurt us right now
Don't you harm the cows of Chester, storm
we'll need them if they're able
You know the snakes of grass are always your best bet
Now it seems to me some fine things
have flown up off my table
But you only broke the things I didn't get
Tornado, oh you ain't gettin' no smaller
Your strength and your hunger, they're driven me home
And cover, oh cover well, that's just what people are taken
Your tail is winding through this world on its own
Don't your winds get strong in an hours time?
The sky don't show and the sun don't shine
It's hard to tell the night time from the day
Your tearin' up things high and low
Ain't it scary how the car just flew away?
Tornado, why don't you come to your senses?
Stop breaking down fences, and my gate
It may be cloudy, but there's a rainbow above you
You better let somebody go through
before it's too late.

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