Eternal Flames


Eternal Flames


Naturally occurring eternal flames are fires that burn continuously for years, decades, or even centuries. These flames are usually the result of natural gas seeping out of the earth’s crust and igniting, often at a location with a specific geological condition that allows the gas to emerge and maintain the flame. An example is the “Eternal Flame Falls” in Chestnut Ridge Park, New York, where a small waterfall covers a natural gas leak that keeps the flame burning.

“Eternal Flame” is a famous song by The Bangles, released in 1989. The song was a hit across several countries and has since been covered by various artists. Its lyrics speak to the enduring nature of love, metaphorically using the concept of an “eternal flame” to describe a love that never dies.

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