"Just Like Fire Would" as written by and Christopher James Manni Bailey....
One night in a motel room
Eyes cast like steel
I drank the wine that they left on my table
I knew the morning was too far
I smoked my last cigarette
I stay only to get by
The night was dark and the land was cold
I was frozen right to the bone

Just like fire would
I burn up
Just like fire would
Just like fire would
I burn up, oh

Five hundred miles I have gone today
Tomorrow it's five hundred more
Outside my window the world passes by
Its stranger than a dream

Just like fire would
I burn up
Just like fire would
Just like fire would
I burn up

I go to work and I earn my pay, lord
My sweat falls to the ground
I see you now but we may never meet again child
The ice is hanging on the door

One night in a motel room
Eyes cast like steel
I drank the wine that they left on my table
Knew the morning was too far

Just like fire would
I burn up
Just like fire would
Just like fire would
I burn up
Just like fire would
I burn up
Just like fire would
Just like fire would
I burn up


Lyrics submitted by Mellow_Harsher

"Just Like Fire Would" as written by Christopher James Manni Bailey

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