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Dont Treat Me Bad

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  1. Tejin says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Don't Treat Me Bad on Discogs.
  2. Tomuro says:
    rows · The band reached stardom during the early s with hit singles like "Don't Treat Me .
  3. Shakajin says:
    Firehouse performs in the music video "Don't Treat Me Bad" from the album "Firehouse" recorded for Epic Records. The music video opens with a guitar and a woman who blows a fire unto her finger. C.J. Snare sings on a set decorated with burning cars as the band plays around him.
  4. Aratilar says:
    Lyrics to 'Don't Treat Me Bad' by Firehouse. Oh, I never thought you'd hurt me, I guess you live and learn That when you're playin' with fire, you're bound to get burned Oh, I've been mistreated, I've been used before I get kicked in the face still I come back for more But I .
  5. Shaktimuro says:
    Jul 20,  · Thanks for A2A. Well there's not much information given in the details to start with. I'm making these assumptions and gonna give advice as per the best of my knowledge keeping these assumptions in mind. Let me know if I'm on the right track: * Yo.
  6. Nikozil says:
    Jun 16,  · TAB by FireHouse/5(11).
  7. Zuzilkree says:
    Lyrics. Firehouse I never thought you'd hurt me I guess you live and learn That when you're playin' with fire you're bound to get burned I've been mistreated, I've been used before I get kicked in the face still I come back for more But I won't cry no more 'cause the tears are all in vain We can pick up the pieces and start it all again Let's just get back to the way it was before Oh, girl I.
  8. Kalar says:
    Don't Treat Me Bad. by Firehouse. Album: Lyrics don't always follow the rules of grammar. Can you spot the ones that don't? Verdine White of Earth, Wind & FireSongwriter Interviews. The longtime bassist of Earth, Wind & Fire discusses how his band came to do a holiday album, and offers insight into some of the greatest dance/soul tunes of.
  9. Jubei says:
    After the success of their first two albums, someone at Sony/Epic thought it a good idea to take the highlights of Firehouse's eponymous debut and their less-than-eponymous-follow-up, Rock on the Road, and sprinkle them together with two "extreme" acoustic versions of their most well-known hits "Love of a Lifetime" and "Don't Treat Me Bad" (no doubt cashing in on the success of fellow hair 6/
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