February 8

Tanya Tucker Exhibits the Power of Love in “Two Sparrows in a Hurricane”


Tanya Tucker Exhibits the Power of Love in "Two Sparrows in a Hurricane" 1

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Like two sparrows in a hurricane
Trying to find their way
With a head full of dreams
And faith that can move anything
They’ve heard it’s all uphill
But all they know is how they feel
The world says they’ll never make it
Love says they will…

With the Feast of St. Valentine quickly approaching, no one can hide the fact that there is love in the air. Piece by piece, little by little, everyone’s being enlightened by the love he/she feels. Be it a romantic love, platonic, agape, or whatever love it is, it’s simply a celebration of God’s love and the power it brings. Indeed, love conquers everything.

Take for example this song of Tanya Tucker. “Two Sparrows in a Hurricane” is a translation of Tucker’s powerful yet emotional vocals. The song is about true love that binds a couple to stronger and greater heights.

About the song…

Recorded by American country artist Tanya Tucker, “Two Sparrows in a Hurricane” is a song written by Mark Alan Springer. It was released in September 1992 as her first single from the album Can’t Run from Yourself. To note, the song reached number 2 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart.

This hit single, “Two Sparrows in a Hurricane”, tells the simple story of how a strong bond of love and respect can get a couple through any hardships that arise in a relationship.

Moreover, the song narrates a young couple in their teens, clear through the end of their lives as they are beginning to get more and frailer from old age. The tune is as romantic as they get, which is why it comes in at No. 12 on the list of the Top 100 Country Love Songs of all time.

Furthermore, the song’s video was also a big hit, which not only stars two of Tucker’s children but also her precious mom and dad.

There’s a baby crying and one more on the way
There’s a wolf at the door 
With a big stack of bills they can’t pay
The clouds are dark and the wind is high
But they can see the other side

She’s eighty-three and he’s barely driving a car
She’s got his ring and he’s got the keys to her heart
It’s just a matter of time
They’ll spread their wings and fly…

Watch Tanya Tucker sing Two Sparrows in a Hurricane.

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