Raging Fire

Album: Behind The Light (2014)
Charted: 58
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  • We are dead to rights morning ray
    We are thick and thin 'til our last days
    So hold me close and I'll surrender to your heart
    You know how to give and how to take
    You see every hope I locked away
    So pull me close and surrender to my heart

    Before the flame goes out tonight
    Yeah, we'll live until we die

    So c'mon c'mon c'mon
    Won't you turn my soul into a raging fire?
    C'mon c'mon c'mon
    'Til we lose control into a raging fire
    Into a raging fire
    C'mon c'mon c'mon
    Won't you turn my soul into a raging fire?

    You know time will give and time will take
    All the memories made will wash away
    Even though we've changed, I'm still here with you
    If you listen close, you'll hear the sound
    Of all the ghosts that bring us down
    Hold on to what makes you feel
    Don't let go, it's what makes you real

    If the flame goes out tonight
    Yeah, we'll live until we die

    So c'mon c'mon c'mon
    Won't you turn my soul into a raging fire?
    C'mon c'mon c'mon
    'Til we lose control into a raging fire
    Into a raging fire
    C'mon c'mon c'mon
    Won't you turn my soul into a raging fire?

    Let the world leave us behind,
    Let your heart be next to mine
    Before the flame goes out tonight,
    We can live until we die

    C'mon c'mon c'mon
    Won't you turn my soul into a raging fire?

    C'mon c'mon c'mon
    Won't you turn my soul into a raging fire?
    C'mon c'mon c'mon
    'Til we lose control into a raging fire
    Into a raging fire Writer/s: Derek Fuhrmann, Gregg Wattenberg, Phillip Phillips, Todd Clark
    Publisher: Downtown Music Publishing
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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