You've felt like winter everywhere except for Summer Street
There the flames were all anybody anywhere could see
And from the top of Beacon hill (Ah)
We'll watch the fire spill (Ah)
Over Water street

Well it started quickly, the flames in a shootout on a city street
Jumping roof to roof like they were running from a robbery
And everywhere you turned (Ah)
Another building burned (Ah)
Now it's all debris

And everybody knows where they were the night the fire came
And everybody felt where they were the night the fire came
And swallowed me whole

So the backs on Broad street, the captain told us all we had to hold the light
But the horses were made up in bed and the engines couldn't make the climb
So the word spread down the wire (Ah)
The flames were getting higher (Ah)
Here in Damrell's fire

Ah
Ah

And everybody knows where they were the night the fire came
And everybody felt where they were the night the fire came
And swallowed me whole


Lyrics submitted by Jkasd

Damrell's Fire song meanings
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