Feel That Fire

Album: Feel That Fire (2008)
Charted: 32
  • This song, which is about a girl who acts as if she is tough but still needs to feel that loving fire, was written by Dierks Bentley with Brett Beavers, Brett Warren and Brad Warren. Beavers is a long-term writer and producer for Bentley and is the man responsible for a number of his previous hits including "Come A Little Closer," "What Was I Thinkin'" and "Every Mile a Memory." The two Warrens record together as the Warren Brothers and they have had over ten entries on the Hot Country Songs chart. The brothers have also co-penned songs for other artists such as "If You're Reading This" for Tim McGraw, "The Lucky One" for Faith Hill and "Anyway" for Martina McBride.
  • Bentley told AOL: "That song makes me think of my wife, Cassidy. She likes black nail polish, so that's how it got started."
  • This was Bentley's sixth #1 on the Hot Country Songs chart.
  • Bentley explained the song's meaning to The Boot: "The theme of the whole song is about girls wanting this or that," he said. "It was a fun song to write because no one had a real agenda. It was more about four guys, who all have different understandings and misunderstandings of the opposite sex, and trying to put those into a song."
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  • Muffen from Brazilia, Brazili love this song!and i looove deirks, hes soooooo hooot!
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