"Wildfire" as written by and Daryl Hall Sara Allen....
One, two, three, four

He believes in his fingertips
That's where he keeps his love
And even though mind says he's no good for you
Caution just run of luck

Need hasn't been but an hour
Since you fall as he let you touch
It's too late to guide your heart
Against his gentle crouch

You see there is way too much to learn
I say wild fire gets you burned
You see they say we live and learn
I say wild fire gets you burned

Only birds could sing a love song
To tell of his milk soft skin
The beauty of his eyes when closed
His lungs when he breaths in
The vastness of the lonely heart
Not worthy to let in
Eyes don't see the one that watches them
While they're asleep
Limbs don't feel the hands that
Hold them close
His visions blurred by dreams of oblivion
Visions blurred by dreams of oblivion

You see there is far too much to learn
I say wild fire gets you burned
You see there's much to learn
I say wild fire gets you burned
You see there's much to learn
I say wild fire gets you burned


Lyrics submitted by jinxedsunshine

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