"The Fire" as written by and Martin Ian Ward....
I'll never know if you loved who I became
I'll never hear you calling my name
Cause when you died, well I died along with you
And I ain't been the same

Some people called in the fire
Some people knew he was a dying man

So mother hang your head, I'm going out late
Mother hang your head, I'm going out late

You'll never know I had a son who was just like you
You'll never meet my beautiful wife
Cause when you died, I died along with you
And I ain't been the same

Some people called in the fire
Some people knew he was a dying man

So mother hang your head, I'm going out late
Mother hang your head, I'm going out late

Some people called in the fire
Some people knew he was a dying man

So mother hang your head, I'm going out late
Mother hang your head, I'm going out late
So mother hang your head, I'm going out late
Mother hang your head, I'm going out late
So mother hang your head, I'm going out late
Mother hang your head, I'm going out late


Lyrics submitted by caliginousface

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