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Baby's On Fire

by

Sammy Hagar



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The line, "We go out driving in my 6.6" refers to the engine size (6.6 liter/400 cid) commonly used in the Pontiac Trans Am. Sammy wrote a song a few years earlier called "Trans Am" in which he first alludes to the 6.6 size engine. Sammy loves Trans Ams, especially red ones. (thanks, Mike - Mountlake Terrace, WA)
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