"Campfire" as written by and Edward Droste....
You made a campfire, I put it out I put it out
Let the long johns, fall down
Around your ankles and your toes
I know what I want to see
Lay there by the fire
By the fire
By the fire

There's a touch of you I think I can see
There's a touch of you I think I can see
By, the campfire


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"Campfire" as written by Carmine Coppola

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    General CommentI can't believe I'm really going to be the first one to write about this. Maybe it's just that this song is REALLY underrated. Am i crazy or is this song really soothing in a way? Specifically from the transition in the middle of the song to the end, it's really gorgeous (much like the entire album). who else thinks so?
    darklighter324on September 19, 2010   Link
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    General CommentIt's about sex :) Soothing? That's an interesting way to describe it, boys.
    FatBottomedGurlon October 04, 2011   Link
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    General CommentThis is probably the song that had lingered most with me out of all the atmospheric songs on Horn of Plenty. It might be about sex but it poetically balances the anticipation with the post-coital resolution. I didn't think about it when I just sank into the soundscape but sweet resolution is how it ends. How humanly sweet!
    crypticityon June 10, 2015   Link

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