Blood On The Snow

Album: Snow Globe (2013)
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  • Blood on the snow of winter
    Back are the eyes of coal
    Glittery leaves a splinter
    Spinning a flake of gold
    Melt away with my heart
    Blow it into the ash
    Buried deep in the heart of the ballerina star

    Star don't lose your shine
    Be sure to light the way
    Your essence is divine
    For these three gifts we bring
    It's only a small offering of time

    Spreading out like a blanket
    For our tiny souls to keep
    Sparkling pins and needles
    Piercing a stream so deep

    Well away in my dream
    Is my heart made of tin?
    Melt it into a drop
    Frozen particles of ice

    Star don't lose your shine
    Be sure to light the way
    Your essence is divine
    For these three gifts we bring
    It's only a small offering of time

    Ooooooooo
    Ahhhhhhhh
    Aaahhhhhhh
    Aaahhhhhhhooooo

    Star don't lose your shine
    Be sure to light the way
    Your essence is divine
    For these three gifts we bring
    It's only a small offering of time Writer/s: ANDY BELL, VINCE CLARKE
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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