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Come on, you damn fire, I wrote a song for you.

Zedd at the Straight Into the Fire promotional event[1]


Straight Into the Fire is a song by Zedd from his second studio album, True Colors. It was the second song from the album to be confirmed via a special event, after Addicted to a Memory and before Bumble Bee. It features non-credited vocals from American singer Julia Michaels. It is the seventh track in the album, after True Colors and before Papercut (feat. Troye Sivan) and completes the trio of the second least popular songs at seventh most popular as of 10 June 2015.

Background Edit

On March 28, 2015—nine days after the Addicted to a Memory event—Zedd invited 50 of his fans to listen to the song in a desert near Joshua Tree, California.[3]

Lyrics Edit

Take your dark days and send them to the sun and carry on, carry on
To every lover who ever did you wrong, move along, move along
To every dream that drowned this dream and made you small inside
Take your dark days and send them to the sun and carry on

Let it go 'til you let go of all the anger
And all the words that made you hurt will burn like paper
Straight into the fire, straight into the fire
And let it go until the smoke is gone forever

Crack the windows and take the shutters down and carry on, carry on
Take just one seed and put it in the ground and move along, move along
Cause it's easy to hold on, but so hard to forgive
So take the dark days and send them to the sun and carry on

Let it go 'til you let go of all the anger
And all the words that made you hurt will burn like paper
Straight into the fire, straight into the fire
And let it go until the smoke is gone forever

I will not rest until I see
The other side
I will not rest until I learn
To say goodbye

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