Quite some time, I've been sittin' it out Didn't take no chances, I was a prisoner of doubt I knocked down the wailin' wall, ain't no sin Got the feel of fortune, deal me in
Comin' straight on for you, you made my mind Now I'm stronger, now I'm comin' through Straight on, straight on for you Straight on for you
Now I know I got to play my hand What the winner don't know, a gambler understands My heart keeps playin' it through, with you my friend I'll take my chances on you, again and again, again
Comin' straight on for you, you made my mind Now I'm stronger, now I'm comin' through Straight on, straight on for you Straight on for you, ooh, ooh
Yeah for you
Comin' straight on for you, you made my mind And now I'm stronger, now I'm comin' through Straight on, straight on for you Straight on, straight on, straight on you Straight on for you, ooh, ooh
You made my mind Now I'm stronger, now I'm comin' through Straight on, straight on for you Straight on, straight on, I'm straight on for you Straight on for you, hoo hoo, hoo hoo
Writer/s: ANN WILSON, NANCY LAMOUREAUX WILSON, SUSAN ENNIS
Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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Wayne from New Jersey"Cook with Fire" was made to sound live by mixing in the live crowd noise and announcer, but they never recorded it live. Aerosmith did the same thing with "Train Kept A-Rollin", they had two versions recorded, couldn't decide which to use, their producer came up with the idea of taking the more aggro version and making it sound as if it was recorded live, and combining them together.
Pat from St. Paul, MnThe only live track on the album is "Cook With Fire," which sounds pretty live to me. Heart used to open their concerts with that song, the song opens with an announcer saying, "Now for their first time in Memphis, Heart!", and Ann Wilson finishes the song by shouting out, "Good evening! Welcome!" If it is fake (which I doubt) they did a good job of making it sound live.
I from San Jose, CaThere is an extended version of this song, originally only available on the 8-track release.
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