Martha Ann Brooks (Songwriter)

Martha Ann Brooks (Songwriter)

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Folk - Contemporary | NW, Georgia, United States
Total Song Plays: 72,111   
Member Since: 2005
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Song Description

Little things that sometimes make love grow

Story Behind the Song

I was trying to write songs based on things I could see in the room where I was writing. The unlit fireplace jumped out at me and this song is the result of that thought. It's fun to sing and one of my favorites.


One Little Spark
© 2005 Martha Ann Brooks (BMI)

Now I?ve been burned
Burned up by love gone bad until the fire?s gone out
Oh I?m colder than Alaska in December
There?s no doubt
I want to feel the flames of love full blown again
Where does a girl begin?


One little spark would do it
One little spark could set my heart on fire
Fill me up with warm desire
A little flame that starts out slow
Given time it just might grow
Higher and higher
And higher

A red-hot kiss
Would start me glowing like a firefly in the summertime
Just the thought makes me feel warmer all over
I need a love that?s mine
So strong it breaks like golden sunshine through the rain
Makes this cold heart light up again

(Repeat Chorus)


Send me someone to love
Someone who gives love and needs love
Someone who I could see as the Perfect Match, Perfect Match

(Repeat Chorus)

© Martha Ann Brooks 2005

Song Length
Folk - Bluegrass
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)

Lyric Credits Martha Ann Brooks
Music Credits Martha Ann Brooks
Performance Credits Martha Ann Brooks (Vocals, Guitar), Jay Ruisseaux (Bass)