Country singer-songwriter Dustin Lynch recently released a new single, “Wood On The Fire.”
The song, produced by Zach Crowell, is about Lynch and his ex finding it difficult to resist the heat between them although they both know the flame will get out of control soon.
“This song is all about that type of relationship that, even when it’s fizzled down to smoke, you just can’t get enough of it,” shared Lynch. “It’s a relatable message and we had a good time writing this one. Hope ya like it!”
Lynch co-wrote the smoldering country ballad with Hunter Phelps, Jordan Minton and Jordan Reynolds.
“One touch, one kiss, next thing you know / Me over you goes up in smoke / Every time we’re almost down the coast / It’s one more one-last-timer / We keep throwin’ wood on the fire,” Lynch sings in the chorus.
“Baby, I don’t even know why we fight it / Try to put it out, but the flame ain’t dyin’,” he sings toward the end of the song. “Blame it on the past, blame it on bad timing…”
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