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Tim Tebow's Fire (Lyrics)

by John Parr

 

Growin' up

Gotta keep your eye on the ball

Make it fly,

Give it everything, give your all

 

But maybe sometimes if you feel the pain

You'll find you're all alone

Everything has changed

 

 

 

Play the game

You know you can't quit until it's won

Soldier on

Only you can do what must be done

 

You know I'm out there

Down on one knee

a prisoner

And I'm tryin' to break free

 

 

 

CHORUS:

 

I can see a new horizon

Underneath the blazin' sky

I'll be where the eagle's

Flyin' higher and higher

 

Gonna be a man in motion

 

All I needs my Broncos team

Take me where my future's lyin'

Tim Tebow's Fire

 

 

 

Oooh...

 

Burnin' up

Don't know just how far that I can go

(Just how far I go)

Soon be home

Only just 4 downs to go

I can make it

I know I can

You broke the boy in me

But you won't break the man

 

(CHORUS)

 

I can see a new horizon

blazin' on the Mile High

I'll be where the eagle's

Flyin' higher and higher

 

Gonna be your man in motion

 

All I needs my Broncos team

Take me where my future's lyin'

Tim Tebow's Fire

 

 

I can climb the highest mountain

These Broncos can't be beat

I can feel St Elmo's Fire burnin' in me

Burnin' in me

 

Just once in his life

A man has his time

And my time is now

And I'm comin' alive

 

I can hear the music playin'

I can see the banners fly

Feel like a man again

 

I'll hold my head high

Gonna be a man in motion

These broncos can't be beat

Take me where my future's lyin'

Tim Tebow's fire

 

 

(CHORUS)

 

I can climb the highest mountain

Cross the wildest sea

I can feel St. Elmo's Fire burnin' in me

 

Burnin'

Burnin' in me

I can feel it burnin'

Oooh, burnin' inside of me

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