Charles Bunting

Charles Bunting

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Folk - Country | Guyton, Georgia, United States
Total Song Plays: 4,545   
Member Since: 2012
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Plays:

74

Song Description

true events about Hugo Andrew and the one that followed Emily that turn into a tropical depression

Story Behind the Song

living on the east coast and wondering where and why these storms come about I feel this would be a Gorden Lightfoot style

Broadjam Member Reviews

I like this ballad. you must live around florida somewhere.

    - Patrick E. Muth/Catnip Pat

This is my kind of song. I absolutely LOVE it! I belong to the Florida Folk community and I know that they'd love it too. This is a really well-written and passionately performed song about hurricanes. The vocals are strong and harmonies well-placed. The guitar playing is powerful and suits the song perfectly. The hook is simple and memorable...just an all around great folk song. Favorite rhyme: Coast/ghost. We worked in the aftermath of Andrew and Katrina. This really strikes a chord and again, I loved it.

    - Kate Carpenter
Lyrics

Hurricanes

There's a tropical depression,
Way out at sea
People are waiting, see what will be
It's the time of the season,
No good reason, no good reason they come
Chorus
Hurricanes where do ya come from, Hurricanes where will ya go
Hurricanes where do ya come from, Hurricanes where will ya go,
Wo oh wo oh wo
Down around Africa, they start winding up,
Through the Caribbean's, start lining up
Hugo devastated the Carolina coast,
Andrew hit homestead, like a mighty ghost
Chorus
Hurricanes where do ya come from, Hurricanes where will ya go
Hurricanes where do ya come from, Hurricanes where will ya go,
Wo oh wo oh wo
Whistling verse
Instrumental chorus
Emily came along and terrized the sea, millions were waiting, impatiently
It's the time of the season,
No good reason, no good reason they come
Chorus
Hurricanes where do ya come from, Hurricanes where will ya go
Hurricanes where do ya come from, Hurricanes where will ya go,
Wo oh wo oh wo

Song Length
3:05
Genres
Folk - Country, Folk - Contemporary
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal


Language
English
Era
1990 - 1999

Lyric Credits Directors Award