"City's Burning" by Heart
This is one of Heart's less popular hits, though I think it's about as kick-ass as their song "Barracuda", in my oh-so-humble opinion.
"Fire" by The Red Hot Chili Peppers
This was the Red Hot Chili Pepper's "cover" of the classic song by Jimi Hendrix. This one has a few more curse words in it than the original, as one might expect from the RHCP.
"Fire & Water" by Free
You've probably heard Free's biggest hit song "All Right Now" played a gagillion times on "classic" rock radio. This is one of their other "hit" songs (that's, of course, not played nearly as much).
"Shot Down In Flames" by AC/DC
"I said, 'Hey baby what's the going price?'/She told me go to to hell!" This is a song off AC/DC's classic album "Highway To Hell" which was the last album recorded with singer Bon Scott before his untimely passing.
"Fire Island" by The Village People
For years, I thought the lyric in this song "Don't go in the bushes!" was saying "Don't go in the bullshit!" (And, of course, it DIDN'T take me years to figure out what "don't go in the bushes" REALLY meant!)
"Fire & Ice" by Yngwie Malmsteen
This song is by Swedish "neoclassical" heavy metal guitarist Yngwie (pronounced "ing-vay") Malmsteen. (And, yes, just in case you were wondering, there are vocals in this song, though NOT by Yngwie.)
"Fire In My Heart" by Lita Ford
This song is by the former lead guitarist of the famous-or infamous-"jailbait" all-female rock band The Runaways-and one of my all-time favorite female singers-Lita Ford. (And, yes, that IS Lita Ford's ass!)
"On Fire" by Van Halen
This is the last song off the first album by rock group Van Halen after being discovered by Gene Simmons back in the late-70s. (Try saying THAT 3x fast!)
"Smoke On The Water" by Dread Zeppelin
While this band usually plays Led Zeppelin songs reggae-style & sung by a 300 lb. Elvis impersonator, this is their "cover" of the classic Deep Purple song. (A hunk-a hunk-a burnin' love indeed!)
"Great Balls Of Fire" by Dolly Parton
This is a "cover" of the classic tune by controversial fifties rocker Jerry Lee Lewis sung by The Chesty One herself Dolly Parton. (Cousin-diddling NOT included!)
Speaking of chests, here's another shot of Lita Ford's ass for all you pervs! (And, no, that wasn't a reference to her song "Shot Of Poison"!)