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Feist — Fire in the Water
Album: Breaking Dawn Part 2
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Released: 2012
Length: 2:27
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Love's the sweetest feeling
Openly believing
No matter what we find there
Come back in through the eyes there
Sole and born creation
The lion's in the house
Flowers are up in the air
Crashing against the dark

Ah, ahhah ah...

Fire in the water
Is the body of our love
Nobody should see this
The freeness of the light

Fire in the water
Is the body of our love
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 richlister wrote:

Lincoln Vampire Hunter? That was a cracking movie!
 



Totally agree, RDO, I love this time of year for great movies, off to see "les Miserables" and I am not a huge fan of musicals but the reviews have been top nitchp
 rdo wrote:
If you want to see some recent good movies, see Lincoln, or Life of Pi.  If you are into Twilight:  Grow up.
 
Lincoln Vampire Hunter? That was a cracking movie!
 rdo wrote:
If you want to see some recent good movies, see Lincoln, or Life of Pi.  If you are into Twilight:  Grow up.
 

Harsh.  Funny though.

 

Not a big fan of Feist.



This is good.  Glad to hear something new from Feist !

 
 martinc wrote:

Give young people time to enjoying growing up. Lots of different paths and lots of time to be grown up. I have never seen any of these movies but sounds like the soundtrack at least has some pretty interesting tunes. Maybe some grown up people go to these times of movies to escape for a few hours and recapture their youth? You know I still watch the odd Bugs Bunny cartoon.
 
Fair enough.  You know, I have not seen Twilight, and to be honest, I probably never will.   But Lincoln and Pi are just awesome. 
Wow, Feist has certainly got a lot less feisty since the "Mushaboom" days.  

What?  OK, it's a terrible joke but it's apt one, right?

 
Feist and Twilight, a double load of CRAP!!
 rdo wrote:
If you want to see some recent good movies, see Lincoln, or Life of Pi.  If you are into Twilight:  Grow up.
 
Give young people time to enjoying growing up. Lots of different paths and lots of time to be grown up. I have never seen any of these movies but sounds like the soundtrack at least has some pretty interesting tunes. Maybe some grown up people go to these times of movies to escape for a few hours and recapture their youth? You know I still watch the odd Bugs Bunny cartoon.
Cash your paycheck Feist. Bad movie soundtracks and commercials are the few remaining ways for musicians to make their money these days. But this one isn't one of her best.
If you want to see some recent good movies, see Lincoln, or Life of Pi.  If you are into Twilight:  Grow up.