There’s a house I loved
On a canyon wall
Where Bogart kissed Bacall
Bought by Dead Man’s Curve
I had much to learn,
As the fire began to burn

Does Tasha know?
‘Cause she’s asleep below
As the smoke claims the room
And my brother feels he’s certain
Hearing laughter down the hall
It’s just a whisper of the flame

They don’t know its taken fire

As the monster came alive
I count four, not five
The news teams and the camera crews
Can’t hear myself scream as I’m calling for you
And the master tapes of songs you’ll never hear
The neighbors, they just stand and stare
The blisters on my hands and on my bleeding feet
As I drag you out through the broken door

They don’t know its taken fire

As I stand alone
Forever changed
In the charred remains
All these things are just things
That I’ll replace once more
Walking through life’s open door

They don’t know its taken fire


Lyrics submitted by STP1992

6310 Rodgerton Drive song meanings
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