All Ablaze



Caught you in a ring of fire
All surround me, such a blaze
Got you in a ring of fire
Lift me as you say my name

Who you gonna get to bring you water
When your well runs dry ?
What you gonna tell your little daughter
Is the reason that her daddy makes her cry ?

Caught you in a ring of fire
Happy days are all ablaze
Happy days in a ring of fire
Lift me as you say my name

Who you gonna get to bring you water
as your well runs dry ?
What you gonna tell your little daughter
Is the reason
That daddy makes her cry ?

Sayin' Jesus never died at crucifixion
So Mother Mary never suffered so much pain
Masqueraders painting pictures, flip the scriptures
Don't even know his name

I...I say the same again, happy days are here and
Bells just don't stop ringing in the rain
Happy days are
All Ablaze

I...I say the same again, happy days are here and
Bells just don't stop ringing in the rain
Happy days are
All Ablaze

Caught you in a ring of fire
Caught you in a ring of fire


Lyrics by:
Brown / Moss / Da Costa

Format:
Released August 2005:
All Ablaze / Kiss Ya Lips (No I.D.) / F.E.A.R. (Fiction, ABLAZE2, Promo CD)

Released 5th September 2005:
All Ablaze / Destiny Or Circumstance (Live At Brixton Academy) (Fiction, 987 325-3, 7")
All Ablaze / The Sweet Fantastic (Live At Brixton Academy) / Destiny Or Circumstance (Live At Brixton Academy) / All Ablaze (CD-Rom Video) (Fiction, 987 325-2, CD)

UK chart position:
#20

Also available on:
The Greatest

Details:

 

All Ablaze is the name of a climbing rose plant; in promotion of the All Ablaze single, Ian Brown would be seen in portrait with a burning rose.

All Ablaze dabbles with Middle Eastern beats and low-fi electronica, and bears the musical influence of Madonna's 2003 single, 'American Life'.

At the Vatican Basilica in April 2005, the bell of the Arco delle Campane tolled the death knell, and bells all over the city pealed in sorrow at the news of Pope John Paul II's death.

To read about this song's heinous background, click here.

All Ablaze cover artwork.


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