"Firewater" as written by and Thomas Grace James Dixon....
We just stop believing
We hadn't got the time
It was all too heavy
Started too much fights

Took a barseat by the person
Judged him with a smile
Passed him the open bottle
And we shared another wine

Howling at the moonlight
Squinting at the sun
Firewater to the belly
Look what we've begun

Shadow's getting weaker
It's fading by the day
My liver's up and left me
The devil thinks I'm great

Took a barseat by the person
Judged him with a smile
Passed him the open bottle
And we shared another wine

Howling at the moonlight
Squinting at the sun
Firewater to the belly
Look what we've begun

Took a barseat by the person
Judged him with a smile
Passed him the open bottle
And we shared another wine

Leaning on a tombstone
Scratching in the dirt
Hatching plans together
My fingers have been burnt

Took a barseat by the person
Judged him with a smile
Passed him the open bottle
And we shared another wine

Howling at the moonlight
Squinting at the sun
Firewater to the belly
Look what we've begun


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"Firewater" as written by Thomas Grace James Dixon

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