"Brimstone And Fire" as written by and Cyndi Lauper Jan Pulsford....
I met a woman at the laundry mat
She left her sock in my dryer
I met a woman in a yellow cap
It said brimstone and fire
I said is this luck? With just a glance
She smiled, and I thought, is this a sign ?
From above or below? Oh no...brimstone...
Brimstone and fire...

The next week at the cinema
She pur her hand on my shoulder
She almost kissed me walking home
And I didn't even scold her
Then I said where is this leading with just a heavy sigh
I quickened my pace and she was following
As if her heart would never tire
Brimstone and fire, brimstone and fire...

Now we have dinner every Saturday
I make spaghetti, she brings cake
I make spaghetti with tomato sauce,
Because that's all I can make
And when she lights the candles
I think, here we go...
But it's so pleasant after all
And I say very low
Don't forget to light the fire

Brimstone and fire...
Brimstone and fire...
Brimstone and fire...


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"Brimstone and Fire" as written by Jan Pulsford Cyndi Lauper

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