Album: Journey to Freedom (2014)
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  • Oh yeah
    Oh yeah

    They say anything that is worth it you must take it slow
    They know when you come around ain't no choice but to grow
    Listen for what you say when I lay down my head
    I don't know no other way, but to let you have your way

    And no it don't always feel good
    But yet, it all works out for my good
    You say I can take the burn blazing deep inside

    It's feels just like fire, fire caught up in my bones
    Don't leave me alone, don't leave me alone
    Oh my, my little light
    I need to feel that heat come from your (fire)
    Fire, fire caught up in my bones
    Don't leave me alone, don't leave me alone
    Just shine like stars in the night
    We need to feel that heat come from your fire
    Oh yeah

    Just like them boys Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego (Abednego)
    I know when I come out the flames won't be smelling like smoke, oh no
    Yup, that's just what you said, it went straight to my head
    Remembering every day, to let you have your way

    And no it don't always feel good
    But yet, it all works out for my good
    You say I can take the burn blazing deep inside

    It's feels just like fire, fire all up in my bones
    Don't leave alone, don't leave me alone
    Oh my, my little light
    I need to feel that heat come from your (fire)
    Fire, fire caught up in my bones
    Don't leave me alone, don't leave me alone
    Just shine like stars in the night
    We need to feel that heat come from your fire

    When your work is done, I'll be here shining bright
    The pressure upon me, like diamonds in the sky
    Turn it up higher, I want to feel your fire
    All over it fills me, Jesus you purify me

    It's feels just like fire, fire caught up in my bones
    Don't leave me alone, don't leave me alone
    Oh my, my little light
    I need to feel that heat come from your (fire)
    Fire, fire caught up in my bones
    Don't leave me alone, don't leave me alone
    Just shine like stars in the night
    We need to feel that heat come from your fire

    It's feels just like fire, fire caught up in my bones
    Don't leave me alone, don't leave me alone
    Oh my, my little light
    I need to feel that heat come from your (fire)
    Fire, fire caught up in my bones
    Don't leave me alone, don't leave me alone
    Just shine like stars in the night
    We need to feel that heat come from your fire

    Oh, fire
    Oh, fire (We need to feel that heat from your fire)
    Oh, fire
    Oh, fire (We need to feel that heat from your fire)
    Oh, fire
    Oh, fire (We need to feel that heat from your fire) Writer/s: HARAN GRIFFIN, LUTHER JENNINGS, PAUL PETERS, FRANKLIN WILLIAMS, HUEY WILLIAMS
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Peermusic Publishing, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Songtrust Ave, BMG Rights Management
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