Propane Nightmares

Album: In Silico (2008)
Charted: 9
  • Something's tearing me down and down
    And I can't help but feel it's coming from you
    She's a gunshot bride as the trigger cries
    I just wonder what we've gotten ourselves into

    In a trail of fire I know we will be free again
    In the end we will be one
    In a trail of fire I'll burn before you bury me
    Set your sights for the sun

    Mind is willing, soul remains
    This woman cannot be saved
    From the draw into the fire

    Mind is willing, soul remains
    This woman cannot be saved
    From the draw into the fire

    Anything to bring it on home
    Bring it on home
    Bring it on home
    Bring it on home

    Much to weak to jump yourself
    Heal the wounds or crack the shell
    Lift yourself from once below

    Much to weak to jump yourself
    Heal the wounds or crack the shell
    Lift yourself from once below

    Praise the anger bring it on home
    Bring it on home
    Bring it on home
    Bring it on home

    In a trail of fire I know we will be free again
    In the end we will be one
    In a trail of fire I'll burn before you bury me
    Set your sights for the sun

    Bring it on home Writer/s: BERND BURHOFF, JENS OETTRICH, OLIVER FRONING, ROBERT SWIRE THOMPSON
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 4

  • Miles from West Linn, OrOnly comes second to renard's remix ;3
  • Chris from Spijkenisse, Netherlandsah the Mariachi trumppets are awesome!

    It is about a girl who is taking a wrong path and the singer wants reassure that she's ok with him. At least that is what I make of it.
  • Samantha from London, United KingdomI just love this song so much!!!!!! It reminds me of James Bond, but it's absolutely brilliant
  • Louise from Newcastle, United KingdomI've heard a remix for this track which is probably better.
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