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|Fields of Fire|
|Studio album by|
|Released||16 September 1986|
|Label|| Aquarius (Canada)|
EMI America (United States)
|Producer||Corey Hart, Phil Chapman|
|Corey Hart chronology|
|Singles from Fields of Fire|
Fields of Fire is the third album by Corey Hart, released in 1986. It generated five charted singles.
All tracks are written by Corey Hart, except where noted.
|1.||"I Am by Your Side"||4:35|
|2.||"Dancin' with My Mirror"||4:16|
|3.||"Take My Heart"||4:21|
|4.||"Angry Young Man"||3:43|
|6.||"Can't Help Falling in Love" (Weiss, Perretti, Creatore)||3:24|
|9.||"Is It Too Late?"||4:35|
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