By Russ Ballard
© 1987 Russel Ballard Ltd./ Virgian Music,ASCAP

It was the summer of Sixty Four
We ran the streets on the shore
And in every game we played we knew we had it made
Like no other time before

I was just a man you were still a child
Two hearts that were running wild
There was no need to pretend
You became more than a friend they were days without an end

We laughed where we played
We made love where we laid in the light again we'd run
When the night called the tune we'd shoot at the moon
And laugh at what we'd done.

We were hearts of fire
Do you remember my friend
We didn't think it would end
Together then we ran
This boy became a man
They burn on those hearts of fire
They burn on those hearts of fire
Hearts of fire.

And by Seventy Two I was running free
It was just the way I wanted to be
I thought I'd never break again I won't wear love like a chain
To be in love is to be in pain

As the warrior then I fall from grace
When we met again face to face
I thought I'd left our love for dead
But my heart it ruled my head
And I fell in love instead

We fought where we played
We made love where we laid
Just like the time before
And if the battle should tear us apart
We won't go to war no more

We were hearts of fire
Do you remember my friend
We didn't think it would end
Together then we ran
Turn a boy into a man
They burn on those hearts of fire
They burn on those hearts of fire
Hearts of fire.
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Songwriters: BALLARD, RUSSELL GLYN
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