"She Breathes Fire" as written by and Sean Dolan Robert Trondson....
She left Ohio, bound for NYC,
She broke her ties, she lost touch with me.
That place wasn't big enough for a girl with her kind of dream,
Thumbed across the East coast to a squat between A and C.
Got a job as a stripper, breathing fire on all the men,
She liked the money, she liked the power she had over them.

Get rid of everything... she breathes fire,
Get rid of society... she breathes fire.
Don't need anything... she breathes fire.

I started getting postcards, she was dancing in New Orleans,
Or sparing change in FLA, every year it was a different scene.
She conquered Texas, fell in love in Santa Fe,
Maybe she'd finally found a place where she could finally stay.

Get rid of everything... she breathes fire,
Get rid of society... she breathes fire.
Don't need anything... she breathes fire.

Get rid of the family... she breathes fire,
Get rid of the memories... she breathes fire.
Don't need anything... she breathes fire.

She painted fires of the bridges that she burned,
Tearing out the pages from the book that said to take her turn.

Now she's right back where she started,
At home with Mom and Dad.
Watch it burn and blow away,
What happened to the dream she had?

She's back to everything... she breathes fire,
She's back in society... she breathes fire.
Given up on everything... she breathes fire.

She's back to the family... she breathes fire,
She's back in the memories…she breathes fire.
Giving up on anything... she breathes fire.

She breathes fire, she breathes fire.
She breathes fire, she breathes fire.
She breathes fire, she breathes fire.
She breathes fire, she breathes fire.


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"She Breathes Fire" as written by James Berry David Lund

Lyrics © THE BICYCLE MUSIC COMPANY

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