Pools Of Blue

Album: The Harvest Years (1991)
  • And with the rain
    Soft pools of blue
    White mist like love
    When you glow so new
    Must warm to you

    Just like the snow
    Falling anew
    When it's soaked through
    The snowdrops so few
    Must warm to you

    Take my hand, my love
    Come talk to me
    Tell me of your walk
    Through leaves of green
    Where life was free

    Tell me of rain
    In soft pools of blue
    How white mist like love
    When you glow so new
    Must warm to you

    Tell me of snow
    Falling anew
    How when it's soaked through
    The snowdrops so few
    Must warm to the love of your heart
    Warm to the love of your heart
    And warm to you

    Take my hand, my love
    Come talk to me
    Tell me of your walk
    Through leaves of green
    Where life was free
    Take my hand, my love
    Come talk to me
    Tell me of your walk
    Through leaves of green
    Where life is free

    Writer/s: JOHN LEES, LES HOLROYD, MELVYN PRITCHARD, STUART J WOLSTENHOLME
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, MUSIC & MEDIA INT'L, INC.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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