"Feed the Fire" as written by Ian Stevenson Crichton, Michael Anthony Sadler, James Dickson Crichton and James Gerad Gilmour....
Now I seem to forget, and wonder why, this is all negated.
And bide the Time, take it In, but it's over-rated.
Now, but it's fine, so you always beg for more.
And you never were satisfied, so you always beg for more.

Your heroes died, to get out of your way,
feed the fire, same as always.
Your heroes died, to get out of your way,
feed the fire, same as always, now.

Did you need me to think,
if it's all true,
that I am always goaded,
to lead the blind, it's all you know
as it's so familiar now.

But it's fine, you always beg for more.
And you never were satisfied, so you always beg for more.

Your heroes died, to get out of your way,
feed the fire, same as always.
Your heroes died, to get out of your way,
feed the fire, same as always, now.

And still,
You learn,

[Repeat: x3]
To take time over whoever you kill.

And still,
You learn
That you'll burn.


Lyrics submitted by Elective Amnesia

"Feed the Fire" as written by Ian Stevenson Crichton James Dickson Crichton

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