One Wing in the Fire

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"One Wing in the Fire" is the title of a song released in 2006 by country music artist Trent Tomlinson. It is a ballad dedicated to Trent's father, Don. The song was released in 2006 as the second single from Tomlinson's debut album Country Is My Rock, and reached a peak of #11 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts in early 2007.


The song's lyrics tell of Trent's father's various character flaws ("Daddy's been a back-row Baptist / With his share of front-row sin"), but also of the good things that Trent's father has done for him ("Daddy's always been there for me / From T-ball to touchdowns"). In the song, the narrator asks that God will forgive his errant father, who "lives a little left of living right", but is still a good person despite his flaws — in other words, "an angel with no halo / And one wing in the fire".

Tomlinson has also stated that he receives e-mails from fans regarding the song. He stated that the song "never gets old... because it means so much to so many people".

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