"Fire In The Twilight" as written by Keith Forsey, Steve W. Schiff and Jack Hues....
Hot on the run from the grip of the power game,
The man who leads the way, the man who leads the way.
Shell in it’s box from his home that they’ll never tame,
The man who leads the way, the man who leads the way.

He is burning, burning in the twilight.
He is burning, turning to face us.
He is burning, fire in the twilight.
He is burning, turning to lead us away, away, away,
Lead us away, away, away.

Taking a break from the role of the everyday boy,
The man who leads the way, the man who leads the way.
Is he for real or is he back to the old way boy,
Can he lead the way, oh can he lead the way.
He’s searching, but he’s lonely, and he’s hurting, but he’s only,
Waiting for a chance just in time to live a life.
Does he need ya, does he want ya,
Does he listen to what you say?
Is he only waiting for the simple way?

He is burning, burning in the twilight.
He is burning, turning to face us.
He is burning, fire in the twilight.
He is burning, turning to lead us away, away, away,
Lead us away, away, away.


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    General CommentThe Breakfast Club Is The Best Movie Ever... And What A Great Song To Play In The Scene Where They Run Around In The Halls... Yes a 17 year old kid can appriciate old 80's music... Great song... But Wang Chung... not so great haha...
    ADimeADexteron November 15, 2004   Link
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    General CommentThis song is fun, I like how he talks because it's weird. And I like the weird electric keyboard beat.
    Oobleshmerfadarkleon May 29, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThis is my favorite song off The Breakfast Club soundtrack. So upbeat, fast, and fun.
    ferret111on November 06, 2007   Link

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