Walking In The Winter

Album: Butterfly House (2010)
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  • We went walking in the winter
    It was the coldest
    Time of year

    It's where I handed you a letter
    You turned around
    I disappeared

    It said someday
    I'll find my way
    And we'll go walking
    In the winter

    It's so hard to make a living
    When the world
    Is so unkind
    But it's not something
    That you're given
    It's something that
    You've got to find

    It said someday
    I'll find my way
    And we'll go walking
    In the winter

    It's o.k. to close your eyes
    Those silver sailing ships
    Go sailing by
    It's all your mind
    It's gonna be alright
    This time

    [Instrumental]

    Seasons change
    Into summer
    Fires burning in the dark
    I hope sometimes
    You read my letter
    And know I had to
    Play my part

    It said someday
    I'll find my way
    And we'll go walking
    In the winter Writer/s: James Alexander Skelly, Lee Southall
    Publisher: DOMINO PUBLISHING COMPANY, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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