"He Who Flattened Your Flame Is Gettin' Torched" as written by and Daniel Christopher Smith....
I recall
The day when I was in thee
The womb
I could hear you so soon
I will see
Your face

I liked
To play
Alone
Never ever all alone

My first day to school was so exciting
All though
They all
Went on and on

Still rest my head
For my wrongs

High school days are dark
So light the flame
Walking down those halls

Learning who I'm not

No idea of who I'm to be

My leash was long
And so let me run on
Like all
Good moms and dads must do

Guess I'll have to
Do it too

And while I'm cookin' down
So light the flame
My precious torch burns
On and on

Set a flame to the daily paper
Cause there
Is just no justice here
And who really cares

Skipping through your fire
The first flame
Light dispelling dark

Returning to my roots
Our first flame
Of exactly who

Getting to that place
My first flame
Peace runs through my days

Finally crawling through
The first flame
With my source my shield
My you


Lyrics submitted by Southbound

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