"The Fight Song (Crash & Burn)" as written by John Spencer Marshall, Kirkland Dee Arrington, Craig Stephen Wells, Michael P. Howe and Thomas Edward Erickson....
The minute you walk into the room
It's like you're headed toward the ring and you're ready to swing
You jump to your conclusions too soon
How can you disagree
Before understanding me?
I've avoided your confrontation too
But here on the inside it's growing and growing

And I've been waiting for our worlds to collide
No interest for the other side
I'm wrong
You're wrong
I'm right
When I wait for another fight

Do you always have to have the last word?
How does this end for us with just another
Crash and burn

So here we meet in the ring
Where no one appreciates and no one's immediate
You play the offender
I take my heat
I feel this strain and the pain and I stay
The way you're looking into me
Has me thinking that you and I will not let this end in a tie

Do you always get to have the last word?
How does this end for us with just another
Crash and burn

Oh, I know that there can be redemption
It's that I just know that you need my attention
That's for sure
And I think that we can make concession
Patience is such a priceless lesson
Oh, will you learn it with me?
Oh, will you learn it with me?
Oh, will you learn it with me?

(Oh, will you ever learn?
You will never learn)

Will you ever learn?
Will you ever learn?

Do you always have to have the last word?
You will swing and miss and you'll hit the ground and then you'll
Crash and burn

Waiting for our worlds to collide
No interest for the other side
I'm wrong,
You're wrong
And I'm right
Getting out before the fight


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    General CommentI haven't bought this song yet so I apologize if the lyrics are totally off... this is just what I got from listening to it the first couple of times...
    I really like this one from them! (of course, none of Mae's songs are bad anyways)
    Floellon August 03, 2009   Link

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