Warmer Than Fire

Currents that are stronger
Wanna drag you under
I would never tire
Swimming next to you
We became united
Twisted and enlightened
Skating on fire
Yes you know it’s true

She took of her T-shirt
Like a worm I’d eat dirt
Just to be beside her
Every single night
Golf ball hail and thunder
Rum with Stevie Wonder
Warmer than fire
Getting into you

These memories
Dear god I hope she’s always next to me

Picking and then peaking
With the Costa Ricans
Lying on a surfboard
Four weeks of the year
She was in a cycle
Crashed her motorcycle
Broken toes in plaster
Stitches in her arm

These memories
Dear god I hope she’s always next to me
When were deceased
Dear god I hope she’s always next to me

These memories
Dear god I hope she’s always next to me
When were deceased
Dear god I hope she’s always next to me
When were deceased
Dear god I hope she’s buried next to me
These memories
Dear god I hope she’s buried next to me
Dear god I hope she’s buried next to me
Dear god I hope she’s buried next to me

Song Notes

This song was originally written by Steve Ludwin of Little Hell. The rumour that Tim bought the royalities to the song for £35 has been denied by Tim Wheeler. The song was originally only intended to be a free download for fans but due to its popularity the band released it as the B-side to “Shining Light”, the song also appeared in the bands set list a few times in 2001 and reappeared in 2002 for a series of instore acoustic shows in the US. Little Hell played as support band to Ash at several UK dates in 2001. Lead vocalist Steve Ludwin also provided backing vocals on Ash’s track “Pacific Palisades”.