This is a famous and naughty song by Thomas Morley. He was famous for being a composer, a musical editor, an organist and a writer. He stood up for the Italian music in England. He helped publishing Italian works written by several authors. This inspired him for some of his works. “Fire, fire” is similar to some works of Giovanni Giacomo Gastoldi and Orlande de Lassus. The third part is intended to be sung by males’ high ranges, but for a better balance, it is mixed with altos. Each type of chorister has a repetition of his phrases which has to be sung differently.