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Wednesday, May 11, 2022

Daily Boom 80's Throwback: Firehouse- 'All She Wrote'


She took all I had but left a hole in my heart
Should've known it'd go bad right from the start
What did I do wrong?
I can't understand why she would leave me this way
With nothing to say
Then I found the note on the door
It said goodbye and she don't want me no more
Bye-bye baby, bye-bye, she said in the letter
And that was all she wrote


When you first think of FireHouse "All She Wrote" probably isn't the very first song that comes to mind. The band is best known for the power ballad "Love Of A Lifetime" but they really came out of the gate back in 1989 knowing how to rock. "All She Wrote" was FireHouse's fourth single off of their self-titled debut album. It reached only as high as number 58 on Billboard's Hot 100 back in 1991 but the song got a lot of radio play, especially on rock stations across the U.S. 

What sets FireHouse apart from many other bands is the fact that they have seen minimal changes to their lineup. C. J. Snare, guitarist Bill Leverty, drummer Michael Foster, and bassist Allen McKenzie still continue to play gigs all over the world.