Frozen Warnings
by Nico

Album: The Marble Index (1969)
  • Friar hermit stumbles over
    The cloudy borderline
    Frozen warnings close to mine
    Close to the frozen borderline
    Frozen warnings close to mine
    Close to the frozen borderline

    Into numberless reflections
    Rises a smile from your eyes into mine
    Frozen warnings close to mine
    Close to the frozen borderline
    Frozen warnings close to mine
    Close to the frozen borderline

    Over railroad station tracks
    Faintly flickers a modest cry
    From without a thousand cycles
    A thousand cycles to come
    A thousand times to win
    A thousand ways to run the world
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    Friar hermit stumbles over
    The cloudy borderline
    Frozen warnings close to mine
    Close to the frozen borderline
    Frozen warnings close to mine
    Close to the frozen borderline

    Close to the frozen borderline
    Close to the frozen borderline
    Close to the frozen borderline Writer/s: CHRISTA PAEFFGEN
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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