"Fire in the Dancehall" as written by Jorge Arturo Casillas, Jerry William O'neill, Edgardo G Casillas and Francisco Casillas....
There's a fire in the dancehall
There's a movement in the light
There's a fire in the dancehall
It's going down tonight
We need a shakedown
Ignite the fire, smash the radio
It's got nothing on me
There's no danger anymore
It's just another commodity
Banned from the limelight
Destined for blasphemy
The devil sold his soul to the God of mediocrity
Gave the selector one to his head
One thing I know unites us all
Light 'em up
There's a fire in the dancehall
It's going down tonight
What better time than now
For you to start the revolution
My radio speaks to me with pain and apathy
Hey! Mister DJ, don't play that song for me
Can't sing their song no more
They don't rhyme with my reality
We watch them move we watch them fall
Light up the place
There's a fire in the dancehall
Brake the rules and hear the call
Burn up the place
There's a fire in the dancehall


Lyrics submitted by Mellow_Harsher

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