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No more trembling anymore now. Cause I've got a home of powdery snow.
And then there's a red-nosed Santa, and the bearded reindeer.
That's a little too easy, don't you think?

Snow blowing down. And you fast asleep.
Snowing and snowing and still snowing yet, cotton candy shower
It's a fine day.
Ne vous inquie'tez pas du landemain
Softly on your sleeping face.
Night-night, till spring.

You know, snow is kinda warm just as it is cold. And vice versa.
If you're gonna be sloppy you may as well destroy the snowman.
Quick, before the cat is burning in the kotatsu.

Snowing on and on. And you whining.
Crying and Crying and still crying yet, your squall.
It's a rainy day.
Apre's la pluie, la beau temps.
Rub your cheeks. You say, "Strength grows with the number of tears," but that'll scare even happiness away.

Let's compare tears to the rain, shall we.
Though that doesn't pay, does it?

So, jingle your nose.
Tissues?
Have all you'd like.



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