"WildFire" as written by and Henry Hart....
[Dad:] It was late in the afternoon and the sky was clear
When I felt the tears well up in my eyes
You said what you had to say
And then you turned to walk away
And took the first steps to walk out of my life

[All:] Our love is like what’s left after a wildfire
Do you remember all the things that we burned down?
I hope someday I’ll learn to understand you
'Cause it’s hard to make much sense of this now

[Son:] I was four years old when my world was changed
I still don’t like to talk about it
Everything was boxed up
Then we moved away
Nothing ever really felt like home again

[All:] Our love is like what’s left after a wildfire
Do you remember all the things that we burned down?
I hope someday I’ll learn to understand you
'Cause it’s hard to make much sense of this now

[Daughter:] When I was nine, I can’t get it out of my mind
Mom and Dad went their different ways
I was forced to choose, I was the first to lose
When everything I knew went up in flames

[All:] Our love is like what’s left after a wildfire
Do you remember all the things that we burned down?
I hope someday I’ll learn to understand you
'Cause it’s hard to make much sense of this now



Lyrics submitted by Octavarium64

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