Winter Hill

Album: Kingdom of Rust (2009)
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  • Where ever you go
    You will be with me
    And when you do talk
    You will be talking to me
    But just save our words
    As we walk on by
    With the sky full of birds
    And the dusk approaching

    Climb the long grassy track
    To the top of winter hill
    Climb the real rocky track to the top
    I'll see you back
    I'll see you back on winter hill

    Wherever you go
    You will return safe
    And when you will walk
    You'll be walking with me
    But if comes the day
    You meet someone new
    You will be with them
    But I'll be thinking of you

    Climb the long grassy track
    To the top of winter hill
    Stay with me see so far at the top
    I'll see you back
    I'll see you back on winter hill

    Well she travels far
    So we stayed apart
    But she crossed her heart on winter hillWriter/s: ANDY WILLIAMS, JEZ WILLIAMS, JIMI GOODWIN
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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