I Never Thought I’d Fear the Wind

by Lynn Hollyfield

Genre: Americana/Country

Lyrics

A great gust of wind just came and blew out our front door
I tried to hold it back but it threw me to the floor
the sound was like a roaring’, like an ole’ freight train
the sky was green and black and then I felt the rain

Chorus:
I never thought I’d fear the wind
I never thought I’d fear the wind
I thought the wind was my friend, oh Lord
I never thought I’d fear the wind

They say a twister cuts a path that’s narrow not too wide
it goes just where it wants then quickly goes on by
What’s left is up to fate or God so some say
If we make it through this night we’ll surely change our ways

Chorus:

The silence that comes after, it’s an eerie kind of peace
Afraid to go outside alone to sift through broken dreams
the whirling winds took everything for miles and set ’em down
We searched for days and days but you we never found

Chorus:
I never thought I’d fear the wind
I never thought I’d fear the wind
I always thought that the wind was my friend
I never thought I’d fear the wind

Bridge: ooh…

Weeks pass a new town, gentle West wind on my face
the rolling hills, yield a letter from that stormy place
a letter that you left me, before the fatal winds
This gentle breeze is sending shivers down my skin

Chorus:

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