"Through The Fire" as written by and Giorgio/whitlock Moroder....
I will take it to the wire now
Until every race is run
I'll go straight into the fire now
Until every day is done
Voices say, break away
Live the night as if each moment
Was the only one
Through the fire
To the wire
When the night out of control
Is breaking your heart
Through the fire
To the wire
When the flames are burning hot
They take you higher
Through the fire
There's a feeling that I can't ignore
Like a stranger at my door
So revealing that I cannot hide
When you settle up the score
Voices say, night and day
Live your life as if each second
Was the final one
Through the fire
To the wire
When the night out of control
Is breaking your heart
Through the fire
To the wire
When the flames are burning hot
They take you higher
I look for signs that you are here tonight
When the passion calls the pleasure to the flame
Then I ask you of the meaning when you talk of love
Would you take the leap of faith?
Would you throw it all away?
Through the fire
To the wire
When the night out of control
Is breaking your heart
Through the fire
To the wire
When the flames are burning hot
They take you higher
Through the fire
To the wire
When the night out of control
Is breaking your heart


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"Through the Fire" as written by Tom Whitlock Giorgio Moroder

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    General CommentCool, first message... anyway, I think Greene is trying to say that even though people think he is crazy going into the "fire", he does it anyway because he has an unexplainable feeling to do it.
    hoolesson March 17, 2008   Link
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    General Comment When our brothers and sisters have been consumed, drawn up to the sky in smoke, how can we decide to ignore the flames? No, we do not let them burn alone, we plunge into the fires just as they were forced into them. We face the scalding burns, the pain of being burnt to ashes, because we hate this world that could allow the children to be destroyed. We plunge into the fire not knowing why we must do so and not choosing to do so- we ask why we must be tortured until our life is almost extinguished, until all faith has been ground to dust.
    But slowly, the sacrifice becomes clear. We could not ignore the flames, we had to leap into them to become human again. We threw it all away to become men, to know the feeling of the burning flame and the leap of faith needed to take us out. "The flames were burning hot and took us higher," above the dust that we were and above the serpents that had trampled upon our ground.
    jmax1983on March 29, 2009   Link

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