"Nothin' Burns Like a Memory" as written by Eric Silver, Ira Dean and Heidi Newfield....
5 years since you went way
Hurts like it was yesterday
Play with fire and your gonna pay
Lord knows I'm tired of pain

I'm sick of living in the past
You took my heart and I want it back
You were my first but you didn't last
You just cause me frustrations
Tonight I'm gonna set myself free
I got my self a new recipe,

A can or two of gasoline,
One match and a mighty big flame,
All the heart ache and suffering
Is gonna melt inside of me
A picture book and a pile of your clothes
You and me going up in smoke
A sure fire way of lettin' him go
Yeah nothing burns like a memory

I gotta bottle of 80 proof
I tell you what were gonna do
Well its two for me and one for you
Honey heres to liberation
No more pain and misery
I finally found my remedy
And its,


[Repeat: x4]
Burn, baby burn


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"Nothin' Burns Like a Memory" as written by Heidi Newfield Eric Silver


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