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Back In The Fire lyrics and chords

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Back In The Fire lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, this is a beautiful country song recorded by Gene Watson.

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Back In The Fire
Recorded by Gene Watson
Written by Rory Michael Bourke and Mike Reid

G C
My mind knows full well I should leave here
D7 G
But my heart my foolish heart will not turn
C
She fills me with a crazy wild desire
G D7 G
And lying helpless I know just how I'll burn

D7 C G
Back in the fire where my heart must long to be
A7 D7
If it wasn't so then why oh why does it keep dragging me
C G C
Back in the fire to the flames of ecstasy
G D7 G
I guess I'll always love the way she burns in me

C
At times I've gone as far as believing
D7 G
This tortured soul of mine was finally free
C
Then those long silent leftover feelings
G D7 G
Say I'm a pretender and I'll surrender willingly

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