7.6.14

Natalie McCool-Wind Blows Harder

Our old love Natalie McCool from Liverpool is back with a new powerful song. "Wind Blows Harder" is a fresh song with a power of the oxygen in it. McCool has written the song and when you hear it you instantly get hooked and you start moving to the beat. As the song has that power over you, that's how it describes the power that a person can have over someone else. The refreshing vocals and the repeated line "the wind blows harder,the clouds come rollin'" can either send you on the beach under the sun or in the woods running. If McCool needed to prove why she won the award for Best Female Artist in Liverpool in 2013, then this new work is definetely the best way to do it. Her new single will be launched on 11th June. You can preorder it from here. You can also read what Natalie said to LOMW last year! She was the first to give a long-distance interview to our music site! Enjoy it here: http://www.lyricsonmywall.com/2013/05/interview-natalie-mccool.html




Natalie McCool-Wind Blows Harder

The wind blows harder, rivers flood the clouds come rolling in on us
The wind blows harder, rivers flood the clouds come rolling in on us

I hold my tongue and keep my eyes away from you
You hold your gaze and they become a darker blue
I feel the storm is coming but where are my defences
I let my wits surround me but don't know where my sense is

The wind blows harder, rivers flood the clouds come rolling in on us
The wind blows harder, rivers flood the clouds come rolling in on us

You flip your coin and it spins so fast it fills my head
And as it lands I see a side of you I dread
You come so close I see the heat on the horizon
I feel the thunder underneath this awful silence

The wind blows harder, rivers flood the clouds come rolling in on us
The wind blows harder, rivers flood the clouds come rolling in on us

The wind blows
The wind blows

Wind blows harder
Clouds come rollin'
Wind blows harder
Clouds come rollin'

The wind blows harder, rivers flood the clouds come rolling in on us
The wind blows harder, rivers flood the clouds come rolling in on us

So I hold my tongue

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