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The First Lyric Friday: Heart on Fire by Scars on 45

We’re starting this new thing where we feature a song we’re currently really digging and post up the lyrics to the song. For the first lyric Friday we’re featuring Scars on 45’s “Heart on Fire”. You’ve probably heard this from Grey’s Anatomy, a TV series that has really given me a number of great music recommendations in the past:

Without further ado, here are the lyrics:

And bowl me over black and blue
It’s far too hard to say I’m all over you
And take my pulse and hose me down
My heart’s on fire

I’ve said these words a thousand times
The bathroom mirror stopped and smiled
So take my pulse and hose me down
My heart’s on fire

Cause when you’re standing on your own
And you feel you’ve got nobody round you
Yeah you know I’ll be the one who helps you from your knees
When you’re standing on your own
And you feel you’ve got nobody round you
Yeah you know I’ll be the one who helps you from your knees
My heart’s on fire
My heart’s on fire

I wish you’d never show me now
It seemed to easy to turn you down
And so it seems you are my tears
Is your heart on fire?

Cause when you’re standing on your own
And you feel you’ve got nobody round you
Yeah you know I’ll be the one who helps you from your knees
When you’re standing on your own
And you feel you’ve got nobody round you
Yeah you know I’ll be the one who helps you from your knees
Yeah you know I’ll be the one who helps you from your knees
My heart’s on fire
My heart’s on fire
So bowl me over black and blue
It’s far too hard to say I’m all over you

Happy weekend y’all!

The “MissFitFactory” Music

Our sounds combine our love for different styles, introducing the past to our present rock sound. We have been singing since we were about 5, and began our talents in church and school performances. After singing in several bands, we started our own Classic and Modern Rock/Country Top 40 cover band. We played around in various Irish pubs, bars, restaurants, and local private events, weddings, parties, and festivals. Our music was based on rock classics by Fleetwood Mac, Emmy Lou Harris, Tom Petty, Aretha Franklin, Janis Joplin, Eagles, Patsy Cline, Lucinda Williams, Van Morrison, etc., in combination with more current standout songs from bands such as Bonnie Raitt, Susan Tedeshi, Feist, A Fine Frenzy, Colbie Caillat, Tracy Chapman, Dido, No Doubt, Sheryl Crow and KT Tunstal.