Hurricane Playlist to Ride Out the Storm

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Many of us could be locked up for a few days if a hurricane hits.  Along with your wine, bourbon, and beer, we need great music (unless all electricity goes down..then we need a generator or battery-operated radio “Old School”).  We looked far and wide at some of the best “Hurricane” themed songs to help you ride out this latest threat to the Lowcountry.

Basically, it is never too early to be prepared.

Here are some great songs for your Hurricane Florence Playlist

‘Trying to Reason with Hurricane Season’ -Jimmy Buffett

‘Riders on the Storm’ -The Doors

‘Windy’ -The Association

‘Leaving on a Jet Plane’ -John Denver

Riding The Storm Out – Reo Speedwagon

‘Should I Stay or Should I Go” -The Clash

‘Stuck in the Middle with You’ -Stealers Wheel

‘Hurricane’ -Neil Diamond

‘Hurricane’ -Charles Bradley

‘Call It Stormy Monday’ -T-Bone Walker

‘Living on a Prayer’ – Bon Jovi

‘Stormbringer’ – Deep Purple

‘Blowin’ in the Wind’ – Bob Dylan

‘Against the Wind’ – Bob Seger

‘Hurricane’ – Luke Combs

‘A Hard Rain’s Gonna Fall’ – Bob Dylan

‘Here Comes the Rain Again’ – Eurythmics

Blame it on the Rain – Milli Vanilli

Bonus:  ‘Purple Rain’ Prince

Hard Rain – Original Poem Inspired by Charleston Flooding Tragedy

Winds from the East; rain up above
The mighty gates of heaven woke up to a thunder roll

A peninsula drowning in tears

It was a moment of faith
Tested far beyond our reach
We braced in the temples and prayed for relief

It was a mighty hard rain falling on our home
Covering our memories
Drowning our hopes

Washing away the lives we had built; homes we had made
Generations watching from rescue boats as they said goodbye

A hard rain fell on a land still filled with scars
The sounds of tragedy still linger behind

In the darkness, we found heroes
Rising from this drenched hell
Helping neighbors
Providing shelter
Opening their doors to strangers

Soon the sun will rise high above the crystal clear blue skies

A smile from the angels
Opening their hearts for the anticipation of? new tomorrow

hard2A light will dry our land; warm our shivering bodies
Once again to be reminded of a special place filled with promise; aligned with strength

It is a place so few will understand
A place where history and the future collide
Where family is a fort never to be broken

A hard rain fell and today we sing and rejoice