Fire And Ice

Album: Precious Time (1981)
Charted: 17
  • Ooo, you're givin' me the fever tonight
    I don't want to give in
    I'd be playin' with fire
    You forget, I've seen you work before
    Take `em straight to the top
    Leave `em cryin' for more
    I've seen you burn `em before

    [Chorus]
    Fire and ice
    You come on like a flame
    Then you turn a cold shoulder
    Fire and ice
    I want to give you my love
    But you'll just take a little piece of my heart

    You'll just tear it apart

    Movin' in for the kill tonight
    You got every advantage when they put out the lights
    It's not so pretty when it fades away
    Cause it's just an illusion in this passion play
    I've seen you burn `em before

    [Chorus]

    So you think you got it all figured out
    You're an expert in the field, without a doubt
    But I know your methods inside and out
    And I won't be takin' in by Fire and ice

    [Chorus]

    You come on like a flame
    Then you turn a cold shoulder
    Fire and ice
    I want to give you my love
    But you'll just take a little piece of my heart

    You come on like a flame
    Then you turn a cold shoulder
    Fire and ice

    You come on like a flame
    Then you turn a cold shoulder
    Fire and ice Writer/s: Patricia Benatar, Scott Sheets, Tom Kelly
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG Rights Management
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