Original lyrics by Storey Clayton
based on and to be sung to the tune of “Call Me Maybe” by Carly Rae Jepsen
and brought to you in part by cabin fever

I caused a wave and a swell
Turned a bright day into hell
Storm surge rose, never fell
And now I’m in your way

I wrecked your satellite dish
Knocked over trees with a kiss
You were not looking for this
But now I’m in your way
Power barely holding
Stores shut, shelves were showing
Cold night, wind was blowing
Where you think you’re going baby?

Hey, I just wet you, and it’s so rainy
But my name’s Sandy, a hurricaney
My eye’s staring right, at you baby
But my name’s Sandy, a hurricaney

Hey, I just wet you, and it’s so rainy
But my name’s Sandy, a hurricaney
And all the weathermen, try to chase me
But my name’s Sandy, a hurricaney

You took your time with the call
The lines were down after all
I took the beach, had a ball, and still I’m in your way
I made the coastal folks squeal
Made the inland cities kneel
I was sure you would feel it, and I’m in your way

Power barely holding
Stores shut, shelves were showing
Cold night, wind was blowing
Where you think you’re going baby?

Hey, I just wet you, and it’s so rainy
But my name’s Sandy, a hurricaney
My eye’s staring right, at you baby
But my name’s Sandy, a hurricaney

Hey, I just wet you, and it’s so rainy
But my name’s Sandy, a hurricaney
And all the weathermen, try to chase me
But my name’s Sandy, a hurricaney

Before I came into your life you could go outside
You could go outside… you could go way outside
Before I came into your life you could go outside
And you might miss that… you could go way outside

Hey, I just wet you, and it’s so rainy
But my name’s Sandy, a hurricaney

Hey, I just wet you, and it’s so rainy
But my name’s Sandy, a hurricaney
And all the weathermen, try to chase me
But my name’s Sandy, a hurricaney

Before I came into your life you could go outside
You could go outside… you could go way outside
Before I came into your life you could go outside
And you might miss that
A hurricaney