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"'Hurricane' started as a catchy up-tempo pop song and then transformed into this electric, energetic rock song that was very reminiscent of our first album," Wade tells Billboard. "I feel like it is the backbone of the record, and was the catalyst that brought our band back around full circle.

"The video depicts two people working out their problems in a scene of chaos, which takes place in a prison. A fitting setting since the song is about a refusal to give up on someone no matter how turbulent life can get sometimes. It was refreshing to revisit sonically somewhere that we haven't been for a while, and sometimes the best place to arrive at, is at the beginning."

Lifehouse - Hurricane                            
Album: Out of the Wasteland                        
Tabbed By: Colin Long          
Standard Tuning                            
No Capo                                    
X = Mute String                            
                                           
Intro: C F C F                                                                          
Lead in with C                            

F        C
Turn the page                              
                                             
F        Am     F
Turn the corner                                
                                               
         C                                  
Open the change                                
                                               
F       C                                    
Cut the hopes                                  

      F        Am
We're starting over

        F               C
I don't wanna live this way

Interlude: C


Chorus:

C                                     F
We made it through hell and back again

         C                        
We were slipping through the cracks

                  F
Staring at the end

 Am         F
Oho, and we brave the weather

C                                  F
Hurricane couldn't take you from me

    C                                   F
I'm holding on tight and I still believe

Am           F                C
Oho, that it just gets better

---

  F     C
A quite range

  F          Am     F
A screaming silence
         
           C
It's all around

F      C
Let me in

    F        Am
The world we build

  F         C
Is crashing down

Interlude: C


Chorus:

C                                     F
We made it through hell and back again

         C                        
We were slipping through the cracks

                  F
Staring at the end

 Am         F
Oho, and we brave the weather

C                                  F
Hurricane couldn't take you from me

    C                                   F
I'm holding on tight and I still believe

Am           F                A#sus2  F  C
Oho, that it just gets better

---

Bridge:

                    A#sus2  F  C
It just gets better

                    A#sus2  F  G
It just gets better

Repeat 2x: C F C F Am F C
           Oooohooo


Chorus:

C                                     F
We made it through hell and back again

         C                        
We were slipping through the cracks

                  F
Staring at the end

 Am         F
Oho, and we brave the weather

C                                  F
Hurricane couldn't take you from me

    C                                   F
I'm holding on tight and I still believe

Am           F                A#sus2  F  C
Oho, that it just gets better

                    A#sus2  F  C
It just gets better
Lifehouse - Hurricane from Out of the Wasteland (Lyrics/Chords) Reviewed by Vijesh Cormaty on 8:49 AM Rating: 5 "'Hurricane' started as a catchy up-tempo pop song and then transformed into this electric, energetic rock song that was very ...

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