Lovely Girl

(4th of Feb 1998 / Muscat - Saltanate of Oman)

Fire on my soul


Believe me fire
I did nothing wrong
What I did is wash you out of town

My job is to kill you
Put you down
My fear is to wish you
Everything bad

Fire, oh fire
My heart is bleeding from pain
My soul is not worth the chance

Oh fire
You are cursed
But by God's will
You will move on

Submitted: Thursday, August 02, 2012

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  • Rookie - 14 Points Rue Palmer (8/2/2012 8:35:00 AM)

    yes indeed and we give the fire the blame for burning which is what it suppose to do, , but have you ebver consider the big picture, some one had to make u live, yes some one had to light that fuse, , and make this fire into a raging storm, , (Report) Reply

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