Playing With Fire

Album: Fall Into Me (2013)
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  • My friends say you're messing
    With my mind, but I'm already crazy and
    I feel fine
    As I cross this line between wrong and right
    You can't put this out like a cigarette
    'Cause I'm already lit and this ain't done yet
    I'll just bet you're something I won't forget

    It's like being in the eye of a hurricane
    With the wind and rain crashing all around me
    I'm drawn like a moth to flame
    Oh and after this I won't be the same
    I know you're like playing with fire but I like the burn

    Momma said I should cut and run
    That I'm on the wrong end of this smoking gun
    I'm all wrapped up, what's done is done
    I could see it coming from a mile away
    I could feel the heat, but there's no escape
    Burn me down, I don't do things halfway

    It's like being in the eye of a hurricane
    With the wind and rain crashing all around me
    I'm drawn like a moth to flame
    Oh and after this I won't be the same
    I know you're like playing with fire but I like the burn

    It's like being in the eye of a hurricane
    With the wind and rain crashing all around me
    I'm drawn like a moth to flame
    Oh and after this I won't be the same
    I know you're like playing with fire but I like the burn
    I know you're like playing with fire but I like the burn
    Oh I know you're like playing with fire but I like the burn

    Burn for me baby, yeah
    Playing with fire but I like the burn
    Consume me
    Playing with fire but I like the burn Writer/s: KATIE ARMIGER, MICOL DAVIS, RICKY DAVIS
    Publisher: Downtown Music Publishing, Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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