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Shannon McArthur – That Fire lyrics

How does it feel to have them pockets full of gold?
You lay your head down in a bed so cold
One woman riding shotgun to the heart of your desire
You ain't ever gonna feel that fire

But I won't lose that fire
I won't lose that fire
I'm just a boy with a heart full of desire
I ain't ever gonna lose that fire

Didn't ever think that you might need
Something more than the life you lead
An empty smile from an early retire
You ain't ever gonna feel that fire

I won't lose that fire
I won't lose that fire
I'm just a boy with a heart full of desire
I ain't ever gonna lose that fire

Yeah I don't got no pockets full of gold
But these days I have are gonna be lived not sold

I won't lose that fire
I won't lose that fire
I'm just a boy with a heart full of desire
I ain't ever gonna lose that fire



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