"A Little More Coal on the Fire" as written by and David Loggins....
So you thought without here it would be easy to live
She wanted more than you were willing to give
Ah, but give and take and blame are all part of the flame
That burns for the one you want to be with
You know a fire is hard to get started
And even harder to make a good one last
You'd better believe it's so, you're gonna wind up out in the cold
When it all goes up in smoke and ashes

(CHORUS)
You better pour a little more coal on the fire
Send the voice she knows and loves whistlin' down the wire
If it's love and it's true
Oh there ain't no doubt what you gotta do
Pour a little more coal on the fire
You better pour a little more coal on the fire

There ain't nothing as lonely as a loser
Who refuses to fold a losin' hand
You'd better believe it's true, 'cause it's happening to you
You're gonna become a forgotten man

(REPEAT CHORUS)
I said if it's love and it's real
Then call her up and tell her just how you feel
Pour a little more coal on the fire
Just a little more love
Just a little more coal
On the fire, on the fire...


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"A Little More Coal on the Fire" as written by David Loggins

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