Wildfire Song Lyrics and Chords By ( Mandolin Orange )

Wildfire is one of the most popular songs of the time. Wildfire lyrics written by Andrew Marlin. This song has sung by Mandolin Orange

Singer Mandolin Orange
Released 2016
Album Blindfaller
Tuning absolute beginner

Wildfire Song Lyrics

Brave men fall with a battle cry

Tears fill the eyes of their loved ones

And their brothers in arms

So it went, for Joseph Warren

*****

It should have been different

It could have been easy

His rank could have saved him

But a country unborn needs bravery

And it spread like wildfire

Wildfire

*****

From the ashes grew sweet liberty

Like the seeds of the pines when the forest burns

They open up, grow and burn again

*****

It should have been different

It could have been easy

But too much money rolled in

To ever end slavery

The cry for war spread like wildfire

Wildfire
Wildfire

*****

Civil War came, Civil War went

Brother fought brother, the South was spent

But it’s true demise was hatred

Passed down through the years

*****

It should have been different

It could have been easy

But pride has a way of holding too firm to history

And it burns like wildfire

Wildfire
Wildfire

*****

I was born a southern son

In a small southern town where the rebels run wild

They beat their chest and they swear

We’re gonna rise again

*****

It should have been different

It could have been easy

The day that old Warren died

Hate should have gone with him

But here we are, caught in the wildfire

Wildfire
Wildfire
Wildfire
Wildfire

Wildfire Song Chords



Brave men fall with a battle cry

Tears fill the eyes of their loved ones and their brothers in arms

So it went, for Joseph Warren

It should have been different, it could have been easy

His rank could have saved him, but a country unborn needs bravery

nd it spread like wildfire


Wildfire

Wildfire


From the ashes grew sweet liberty

Like the seeds of the pines when the forest burns

They open up, grow and burn again

It should have been different, it could have been easy

But too much money rolled in to ever end slavery

The cry for war spread like wildfire


Wildfire

Wildfire


Civil war came, civil war went

Brother fought brother, the south was spent

But its true demise was hatred, passed down through the years

It should have been different, it could have been easy

But pride has a way of holding too firm to history

nd it burns like wildfire


Wildfire

Wildfire


I was born a southern son

In a small southern town where the rebels run wild

They beat their chest and they swear: we’re gonna rise again

It should have been different, it could have been easy

The day that old Warren died, hate should have gone with it

But here we are, caught in the wildfire


Wildfire

Wildfire