This song also appears on Brooks' albums , The Limited Series, and The Ultimate Hits. When Brooks and Alger pitched it to Tucker's producer Jerry Crutchfield, he informed the two songwriters that he didn't consider their song finished. He and Sandy have always had a very honest relationship with eachother as well as their daughters. Also, the video for this song was quickly banned. Before any one comments first go to you tube and see for yourselves. He was impressed with Alger's work during their writing session and thought his passion would translate well in the recording. Garth singed his first contract with Capitol in 1989.
They for their version of the song, which cuts between footage of the band performing in the studio and images of ominous storm clouds and galloping horses. And then you go to the chorus. I thought it was kind of a joke. Three thirty in the morning Not a soul in sight The city's lookin' like a ghost town On a moonless summer night Raindrops on the windshield There's a storm moving in He's headin' back from somewhere That he never should have been The thunder rolls And the thunder rolls Every light is burnin' In a house across town She's pacin' by the telephone In her faded flannel gown Askin' for miracle Hopin' she's not right Prayin' it's the weather That's kept him out all night The thunder rolls And the thunder rolls The thunder rolls And the lightnin' strikes Another love grows cold On a sleepless night As the storm blows on Out of control Deep in her heart The thunder rolls She's waiting by the window When he pulls into the drive She rushes out to hold him Thankful he's alive But on the wind and rain A strange new perfume blows And the lightning flashes in her eyes And he knows that she knows The thunder rolls And the thunder rolls The thunder rolls And the lightnin' strikes Another love grows cold On a sleepless night As the storm blows on Out of control Deep in her heart The thunder rolls She runs back down the hallway And through the bedroom door She reaches for the pistol Kept in the dresser drawer Tells the lady in mirror He won't do this again 'Cause tonight will be the last time She'll wonder where he's been The thunder rolls And the lightnin' strikes Another love grows cold, darlin' On a sleepless night As the storm blows on Out of control Deep in her heart The thunder rolls. The music video for the cover put All That Remains at No. And then we started to develop a scenario and it became less of a joke and more of a cool thing. Brooks does however sing the fourth verse when he performs the song in concert, so a version containing the fourth verse can be found on his live album.
This even continues after their divorce and his marrying Trisha Yearwood. It was originally recorded by , but was never released until it appeared on her self-titled 1995 box set. It's always enlightening to do that instead of listen to tapes of people's songs. It includes a book written by Garth and lots of music. So far the reaction has been really cool. And of course we were trying to pitch that song immediately. It came back to us in time for No Fences.
The day that I met him, he was playing a show on his own at some place, it was the dive-iest place that I'd ever been in Nashville, actually. When Tucker dropped the song from her album, Brooks began recording it for his second album 'No Fences'. Hidden comments will still appear to the user and to the user's Facebook friends. As for Tucker she released this tune in 1994 Brooks released it in 1990. Each music genre give the song its own special sound and makes for an interesting twist to a country original. Afterwards, the audience erupted into wild cheers. He had a couple of songs in the show that he'd written and a couple he didn't, and the ones that he wrote I thought were good.
When the man does return in the third verse , the woman rushes out to meet him only to smell a perfume on him, implying that he was with another woman. It was the B-side of '18 Wheels and a Dozen Roses. Pat Alger doesn't care how or when it gets done. We were trying to get Reba McEntire and Tanya Tucker to record that. The band notably performed an acoustic version of the cover at the studios of Lazer 103. To do so, click the downward arrow on the top-right corner of the Facebook comment the arrow is invisible until you roll over it and select the appropriate action.
And that's what Pat Alger does. Capitol Records was contacted numerous times by women's shelters, thanking the company for raising awareness of domestic violence. We'd written a song called 'Like a Hurricane' that Kathy Mattea had recorded. The Country Music Association honored the video with the Music Video of the Year award. Originally cut by Tanya Tucker in 1988, it was never put on an album. Both recorded the song live, with no and no second take.
I think you get a better idea of who somebody is by listening to them perform, and he really delivered. This extra verse was written for Tanya Tucker, and can be heard in her version of the song. Something happened in his past with Sandy that apparently made this song very personal. This song is about a woman bieng abused by her lousy cheating husband. To make the song commercially viable, that verse was left out. Also available is an in-studio interview conducted by Andy Hall. In 1991, Brooks also released the controversial video.
I've got a little rubber ball that I'm bouncing off the wall right above his head, back and forth, crawling underneath the chairs and desk like you do when you're five years old - because that's what I do. The cool thing is just to capture that moment. Several radio stations in the United States screened the video at quickly organized fundraisers for local battered women's shelters. Of course, I'm not a huge fan of His Royal Garthness. This would tie together the two versions of the song. During the recording session, Brooks invited Alger to play on it. .