Fire Away

Album: Traveller (2015)
  • Honey load up your questions
    And pick up your sticks and your stones
    And pretend I'm a shelter for heartaches
    That don't have a home
    Choose the words that cut like a razor
    And all that I'll say

    Is fire away
    Take your best shot
    Show me what you got
    Honey, I'm not afraid
    Rear back and take aim
    And fire away

    Well, I wish I could say
    That I've never been here before
    But you know and I know
    That I'll always come back for more
    Your love might be my damnation
    But I'll cry to my grave

    Fire away
    Take your best shot
    Show me what you got
    Honey, I'm not afraid
    Rear back and take aim
    And fire away

    Ah, fire away
    Take your best shot
    Show me what you got
    Honey, I'm not afraid
    Rear back and take aim
    And fire away
    Fire away
    Ah fire away
    Fire awayWriter/s: Christopher Stapleton, Thomas Daniel Green
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Spirit Music Group, OLE MEDIA MANAGEMENT LP
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