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- ("Uncovered" show at Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club, London - 1/31/95)
- (From the "Subconscious" CD)
- Tori Amos (from the album "Little Earthquakes")

Snow can wait, I forgot my mittens
Wipe my nose, get my new boots on
I get a little warm in my heart
When I think about winter
I put my hand in my father's glove
I run off where the drifts get deeper
Sleeping beauty trips me with a frown
I hear a voice
'You must learn to stand up for yourself
cause I can't always be around.'

When you gonna make up your mind
When you gonna love you as much as I do
When you gonna make up your mind
Cause things are gonna change so fast
All the white horses are still in bed
I tell you that I'll always want you near
You say that things change, change my dear
Never change



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