May be obvious, but "Like a Hurricane", Neil Young.Also, "A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall", Bob Dylan.
"Hurricane Party" by Cowboy Mouth (NOLA-based band)
Except poor ol' Earl may barely be a tropical storm by the time he moseys on up to the Cape.
I don't live on the dratted Cape. I'm having a hurricane. So there.
How about "rain rain go away come back another day"?
The Dixie Chicks' "Goodbye Earl"(VW: unhearin -- Texanese for deaf?)
Proper New Orleans recipe with good high-class rum?
Here's Lena Horne with "Stormy Weather"
Who'll Stop The Rain - CCR
Hurricane Party Songs may well have originated in the Old World. Still, Hurricane Party songs languished in relative obscurity for years and would probably remain there today had they not been perfected by an enterprising and dedicated San Francisco musician, and then brought to the world's attention by a passionate San Francisco writer.
I knew I should have copyrighted that.
It's been so long.. Was that yours?It was used reverentially.
The best answer of all would have to be CCR - Bad Moon A Rising ... Cause they felt 'hurricanes a blowing!'
Wow, real Laser sailors read my blog. Or at least one does. Welcome Ash, and congratulations on doing so well at the Worlds... and writing so well about it on your blog.