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Mostly Autumn – Winter Mountain lyrics

Welcome, Winter Mountain
Standing in the silent purple sky.
Welcome winter mountain
And I know it's where I want to be.

Welcome, winter Mountain
High against the silent crystal sky.
Welcome winter mountain
And I know it's where I want to be.

Dawn cracks the vault of night
Dimming the stars so cold, so bright
Head throbbing from the 'Clachaig' ale last night.
No sound, no wind
Just light purple sky.
Shadows shorten before my eyes
As I gaze at the mountain near at hand.

Welcome, Winter Mountain
Standing in the silent purple sky.
Welcome winter mountain
And I know it's where I want to be.

I'm coming home...



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