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Song Parodies -> "Fight Fire With Water (The Fireman's Song)"

Original Song Title:

"Fight Fire With Fire"

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Parody Song Title:

"Fight Fire With Water (The Fireman's Song)"

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The Lyrics

There's a hose on the wall
With a sign up above
And the words on the sign, well they read
"In case of fire"

Oh there is something to lose
And your life is the cost
In a runaway structure inferno
I'm not gonna take it

That's why I fight fire with water
Just leave and then call 9-1-1, 'cause you oughta
Fire with water
I don't want these flames to get any hotter

Standing alone
In a burning room
You can smell the smoke in the air
You're chokin'

I'm blocks away
And my siren's loud
I want to fight till the end
I'll get you all out alive

And you know I'll fight fire with water
Oh, just leave and then call 9-1-1, 'cause you oughta
Fire with water
'Cause you don't want these flames to get any hotter

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