I'm On Fire Uke tab by Bruce Springsteen

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I'm on Fire


E chordE E chordE E chordE E chordE C#m7 chordC#m7 C#m7 chordC#m7 C#m7 chordC#m7

E chordE
Hey little girl is your daddy home
A chordA
Did he go away and leave you all alone
C#m7 chordC#m7 A chordA B chordB E chordE
I got a bad de sire Ohhhhhhh hh I'm on fire

E chordE
Tell me now baby is he good to you

Can he do to you the things that I do
A chordA C#m7 chordC#m7 A chordA B chordB E chordE
I can take you higher Ohhhhhhhh hh I'm on fire


Repeat intro

A chordA
Sometimes it's like someone took a knife baby edgy and dull and
E chordE C#m7 chordC#m7
cut a six-inch valley through the middle of my soul
E chordE
At night I wake up with the sheets soaking wet and a

Freight train running through the middle of my head

A chordA C#m7 chordC#m7 A chordA B chordB E chordE
Only you can cool my desire Ohhhhhhh hh I'm on fire
A chordA C#m7 chordC#m7 A chordA B chordB E chordE
Only you can cool my desire Ohhhhhhh hh I'm on fire
A chordA C#m7 chordC#m7 A chordA B chordB E chordE
Only you can cool my desire Ohhhhhhh hh I'm on fire

 

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About this song

"I'm on Fire" is a song written and performed by American rock singer Bruce Springsteen. In 1985 it became the fourth single released from his massively successful album Born in the U.S.A.. "I'm on Fire" was recorded in February 1982 during the first wave of Born in the U.S.A. sessions. This took place in impromptu fashion when Springsteen started making up a slow tune on guitar for some lyrics he had, and drummer Max Weinberg and keyboardist Roy Bittan, hearing it for the first time, created an accompaniment on the spot.