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(f. bernard/d. smith)Over the ground lies a mantle of whiteA heaven of diamonds shine down through the nightTwo hearts are thrillin’In spite of the chill in the weather, ooh the weatherLove knows no season, love knows no climeRomance can blossom any old timeHere in the openWe’re walkin’ and hopin’ togetherTogether, together, togetherSleigh bells ring, are you list’nin? In the lane, snow is glist’nin’A beautiful sight, we’re happy tonightWalkin’ in a winter wonderlandGone away is the blue birdHere to stay is a new birdHe sings a love song, as we go alongWalkin’ in a winter wonderlandIn the meadow we can built a snowmanThen pretend that he is parson brownHe’ll say are you married? We’ll say no man!But you can do the job when you’re in townLater on we’ll conspire, as we dream by the fireTo face unafraid, the plans that we’ve madeWalkin’ in a winter wonderlandWalkin’ in a winter wonderlandWalkin’ in a winter wonderlandIn the meadow we can built a snowmanAnd pretend that he’s a circus clownWe’ll have lots of fun with mister snowmanUntil the other kiddies knock him downWhen it snows ain’t it thrillin’Tho’ your nose gets a chillin’We’ll frolic and play, the eskimo wayWalkin’ in a winter wonderlandWalkin’ in a winter wonderland



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