Livin' with my eyes closed, goin' day to day
I never knew the difference, I never cared either way
Lookin' for a reason, searchin' for a sign
Reachin' out with both hands, I gotta feel the kick inside
All fired up (now I believe there comes a time)
All fired up (when everything just falls in line)
All fired up (wee live an' learn from our mistakes)
All fired up, fired up, fired up, hey

Ain't nobody livin', in a perfect world
Everybody's out there, cryin' to be heard
Now I got a new fire, burnin' in my eyes
Lightin' up the darkness, movin' like a meteorite

All fired up (now I believe there comes a time)
All fired up (when everything just falls in line)
All fired up (we live an' learn from our mistakes)
All fired up, fired up, fired up (the deepest cuts are healed by faith)
Now I believe there comes a time
When everything just falls in line
We live an' learn from our mistakes
The deepest cuts are healed by faith

Now I believe there comes a time
When everything just falls in line
We live an' learn from our mistakes
The deepest cuts are healed by faith
Now I believe there comes a time
When everything just falls in line
We live an' learn from our mistakes
The deepest cuts are healed by faith
Now I believe there comes a time
When everything just falls in line
We live an' learn from our mistakes
The deepest cuts are healed by faith
Now I believe

All fired up (now I believe there comes a time)
All fired up (when everything just falls in line)
All fired up (we live an' learn from our mistakes)
All fired up, fired up, fired up (the deepest cuts are healed by faith)
Now I believe there comes a time
When everything just falls in line
We live an' learn from our mistakes
The deepest cuts are healed by faith


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All Fired Up Lyrics as written by Myron Grombacher Kerryn Tolhurst

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  • +2
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    This is song is goooood. I reckon it's about life but hey, who cares. It gets ya "all fired up".

    fallenbrokenon September 30, 2005   Link
  • +2
    General Comment

    It's finding the gumption,the fire in the belly again, Renewal of faith even. Ready to throttle it and take the world by the tail and make it your btc. ;)

    redshiftdazzleron December 20, 2011   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    I think it might be about finding God. I mean, new fire, everything falling in place, healed by faith. I think it's great. Not the greatest sounding one though I don't think.

    Shkadu2on December 12, 2010   Link
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    To me, this song is about peeing razor blades after getting STDs from a big stinky hooker in the Bronx whose underarms had this spiral odor so bad that it could kill an army.

    Williardon February 11, 2024   Link

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