Winter Dies

Album: The Courage Of Others (2010)
  • As the spring is made alive the winter dies
    And the final cries of creatures are long behind
    And full of spirit the village starts again
    With one more year for a man to change his ways

    I used to feel things around me stir,
    Grateful for all I received,
    Taking in the sounds and ways of creatures upon the Earth
    Great were the rivers I swam waning out the sun

    As the winter dies the Earth is brought to life
    And a thousand merchant ships sail to find
    A worthy village to land and start again
    With one more year for a man to change his ways

    I used to feel things around me stir,
    Grateful for all I received,
    Taking in the sounds and ways of creatures upon the Earth
    Great were the rivers I swam waning out the sun

    I used to feel things around me stir
    And hear the sounds of creatures upon the Earth
    Grateful for all I received
    Through the winter cold and spring Writer/s: ERIC NICHELSON, ERIC PULIDO, MCKENZIE SMITH, PAUL ALEXANDER, TIM SMITH
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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