She's a thorn - like a spike
but i just cannot brush her aside
she holds her hands up high - with quivering fingers

watch her cringe - afraid of my might
strapped down in a chair-
blinded by the headlights
she might feel a bit scarified - it's the ultimate stinger

lets skip the limbo and cut to the chase
let's light up your wire

Fire in the hole
I gotta blow you up inside baby
fire in the hole
i'm gonna make you my blazing lady
fire in the hole

theres a sound - i dont like
pounding at the door when
i'm pumped up and psyched
so few could understand the way that i show my lovin'

hold it back - for a while
we have to getr the timing just right
gotta let the -OH!-
gate-crashers in just when we're starting to crackle

so burn with me baby
let's blow up the night
lighting up the wire

fire in the hole
the fuse is lit and we're ready to go
fire in the hole
locked and loaded and about to blow

Lyrics submitted by tjLPunkmaster69

Fire In The Hole Lyrics as written by Tomi Petteri Putaansuu

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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    General CommentWow. This song is about orgasm.
    Sharpon October 11, 2006   Link
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    General Commentactually i think he is about kill someone.
    Anarchy Is Orderon March 29, 2007   Link
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    General CommentIt basically means that he shows affection by blowing people up. So the story is that he has kidnapped the girl he likes, has her trapped in a room, and is going to blow her up/set her on fire.
    Jumuzuon May 23, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI'm SURE it says she might feel a bit confined, not a bit sacrificed, ahwell maybe i'm wrong but whenever i hear this it gives me the idea of the old tied in a chair, totally intimidated while there's a car beaming right into your eyes (you guess what lines that's from) and i'm sure it's watch her Cringe not Gringe
    Xenimmeon July 11, 2007   Link

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