What is playing with fire song about?

What is playing with fire song about?

‘PLAYING WITH FIRE’ is a song about how love is like a raging fire that cannot be put out. It expresses the emotions and desires that every girl goes through. The music is sweet and the lyrics express the rollercoaster of sentiments that play out in romantic attractions.

Who Wrote play with fire by the Rolling Stones?

Nanker Phelge
Play With Fire/Lyricists

What is Rolling Stones meaning?

: a person who changes his habitation, business, or pursuits with great frequency : one who leads a wandering or unsettled life a rover perhaps, but not a thriftless rolling stone — The Dial.

When was play with fire released?

Play With Fire/Released

Who sings play with fire Rolling Stones?

The Rolling Stones
Play With Fire/Artists

Who made the song playing with fire?

Charlie Watts
Mick JaggerKeith RichardsBill WymanBrian Jones
Play With Fire/Composers

What is a Rolling Stone personality?

Rolling Stones: Have a wide emotional range. Get easily and frequently upset by little things. Finds it easy to express emotion and can be great fun.

How many times did Blackpink win with playing with fire?

The group had their comeback stage for both songs on November 6 on SBS’s Inkigayo and on Mnet’s M Countdown on November 10, 2016. They received two music show wins for “Playing with Fire”.

What does the idiom playing with fire mean?

doing something dangerous
phrase. DEFINITIONS1. doing something dangerous or risky that could cause lots of problems for you. He knew he was playing with fire by encouraging her attentions.

Is Play With fire copyright free?

A bold, cinematic royalty free rock song, with fuzzy guitars, cool bass, vocal bits, stomps, claps, organ and percussion, best for trailers, action scenes or games. Available in 3 versions.

What will a rolling stone never gather?

A rolling stone gathers no moss is an old proverb, first credited to Publilius Syrus, who in his Sententiae states, People who are always moving, with no roots in one place or another, avoid responsibilities and cares.