"Theif Of Fire" as written by and Simon Underwood John Waddington....
I admit my crime
I'm a thief of fire
I
Admit my crime, crime, crime, I'm a thief of fire
Fire, fire, fire

We do not have anything
We have not learned anything
We do not know anything
Do not understand
We do not sell anything
We do not help but we will betray
And we will not forget
We will not forget

I admit my crime
I'm a thief of fire
I
Admit my crime, crime, crime, I'm a thief of fire
Fire, fire, fire
Fire, fire, fire

Reject very conscience of law and discipline
Reject very conscience of law and discipline
Reject very conscience of law and discipline

I admit my crime
I'm a thief of fire
I
Admit my crime, crime, crime, I'm a thief of fire
Fire, fire, fire

When you're stealing from a nation of killers
Do I trust myself?

Flowers in Moscow (each as they die) losers take all (under China's constitution)

We are here to go
All lovers betray

I
Admit my crime
I'm a thief of fire


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"Thief of Fire" as written by Bruce Neil Smith Gareth Sager

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    General CommentIn Greek mythology Prometheus was a thief of fire who stole fire from Olympus to benefit mankind and was punished for this act of defiance. So I think it follows that this song is about someone who defies authority to help people and finds himself alone and without support when he is punished because everyone else just goes along with the corrupt authority figures. The words get confusing towards the end, but I think this is the gist of it.
    epiwooshon August 15, 2014   Link

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