Burning Down The House
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Performed By:  Tom Jones, The Cardigans
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Fighting fire with fire!

Watch out you might get what you're after,
cool babies, strange but not a stranger.
I'm an ordinary guy, burning down the house.

Hold tight! Wait till the party's over!
Hold tight! We're in for nasty weather.
There has got to be a way, burning down the house.

Here's your ticket pack your bag: time for jumpin' overboard,
the transportation is here.
Close enough but not too far, maybe you know where you are,
fightin' fire with fire.

All wet, hey you might need a raincoat,
shakedown, dreams walking in broad daylight,
three hundred sixty five degrees, burning down the house.
 
It was once upon a place sometimes I listen to myself,
gonna come in first place.
People on their way to work, baby what did you expect,
gonna burst into flame.
Fightin' fire with fire,
fightin' fire with fire, burning down the house.

My house, out of the ordinary
that's right, don't want to hurt nobody.
Some things sure can sweep me off my feet, burning down the house.

Watch out you might get what you're after,
cool babies strange but not a stranger,
I am an ordinary guy, burning down the house.

Threehundred sixty-five degrees, burning down the house.
Fighting fire with fire (fighting fire with fire),
gonna burst into flames (fighting fire with fire)
Fighting fire with fire (fighting fire with fire),
gonna burst into flames, my house!

No visible means of support and you have not seen nothin' yet,
Everything's stuck together.
I don't know what you expect staring into your TV set,
fighting fire with fire, burning down the house.
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