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    anonymous
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    Aug 28th, 8:53am report


    The risk of losing the one true love during the height of fame in your musical success while the fans are igniting the flames of your career. Making that tough choice between burning up in excitement of career recognition or staying with the steady heat of a committed partner who held fast through every day, patiently waiting for the return of the passionate burn that means more in the long run.



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    anonymous
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    May 23rd, 2018 5:15pm report


    I believe this song is about regret. Sometimes in life we are lucky enough to find the kind of love and friendship in another person that trumps anything we could ever find in anyone else. The bond and the fiery passion between two people such as this, can be compared to a flame that is burning at it's hottest. The emotion and the intense connection can be one of life's most precious and educating experiences. Because we are creatures of the flesh and of this world, we don't always know the value of something until it is gone. Many times, we make the mistake of throwing it away ourselves. Maybe we think that we might find with someone else a bluer flame even still. Sometimes we realize our error and when we try to correct it, it too late. In this case, we can endure a future filled with regret and burn forever in the memory of love we lost.




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