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George Strait performs "The Fireman"

George Strait performs "The Fireman"

"The Fireman" is a song written by Mack Vickery and Wayne Kemp, and recorded by American country music artist George Strait. It was released in May 1985 as the third and final single from his album Does Fort Worth Ever Cross Your Mind. It reached number 5 on the country music chart in the United States, and number 10 in Canada.

The narrator is a man with charm and wit that can cool down any angry woman. He tends to go after women that have just been in fights with their significant other or have recently experienced a break up. He even heads over to his friend's place to "cool off" the friend's woman with "a little mouth to mouth."

George Strait - The Fireman Lyrics

 

Well,

They call me the fireman, that's my name.

Making my rounds all over town, putting out old flames.

Well everybody'd like to have a what I got.

I can cool 'em down when they're smoldering hot.

I'm the fireman, that's my name.

Last night they had a bad one a mile or two down the road.

Well my buddy walked out and left his woman burnin' out of control.

Well I was down there in about an hour or so.

With a little mouth to mouth she was ready to go.

I'm the fireman, that's my name.

They call me the fireman, that's my name.

Making my rounds all over town, putting out old flames.

Well everybody'd like to have a what I got.

I can cool 'em down when they're smoldering hot.

I'm the fireman, that's my name.

Burn 'em up

Got a fire engine red T-bird automobile.

In a minute or less I can be dressed fit to kill.

I work 24 on, 24 off.

When they get too hot, they just give me a call.

I'm the fireman, that's my name.

They call me the fireman, that's my name.

Making my rounds all over town, putting out old flames.

Well everybody'd like to have a what I got.

I can cool 'em down when they're smoldering hot.

I'm the fireman, that's my name.

They call me the fireman, that's my name.


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