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Album: Fading West (2014)
  • I want a fire that could burn me clean
    Light the sky with my black-eyed dreams
    And let my soul fly
    And let my soul fly

    I want a fire burning down the door
    Let the wounds of my embers soar
    And let my soul fly
    And let my soul fly

    Let it go
    Yeah, let it go
    Ah, ah,
    Let it go (ah)
    Ah, ah

    Pavement beneath my feet
    I watch the white lines fly
    Nothing between us here but the black blue sky
    Suspended up in the air, like a still life
    Yeah, we're suspended up into the air,
    Like a still life
    Let it go
    Let it go

    I believe you're the fire that could burn me clean
    I believe you're the fire that could burn me clean
    I believe you're the fire that could burn me clean
    I believe you're the fire that could burn me clean
    I believe you're the fire that could burn me clean
    I believe you're the fire that could burn me clean
    I believe you're the fire that could burn me clean
    I believe you're the fire that could burn me clean
    I believe you're the fire that could burn me clean
    I believe you're the fire that could burn me clean
    I believe you're the fire that could burn me clean
    I believe you're the fire that could burn me clean

    And let my soul fly
    And let my soul fly

    Pavement beneath my feet
    I watch the white lines fly
    I want a fire that could burn me clean
    I want a fire that could burn me clean
    And let it go Writer/s: JON FOREMAN, TIM FOREMAN
    Publisher: THE BICYCLE MUSIC COMPANY
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