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Blue, like the winter snow in the full moon
Black like the silhouettes of the trees
Late blooming flowers lie frozen underneath the stars
I want you to remember me that way
(far away)
I'll be gone, will you wait for me here
(how long)
I don't know, will you wait for me here
Still as the river grows in December
Silent and in perfect blinding ice
Spring keeps her promises
No cold can keep her back
I want you to remember me that way
(far away)
I'll be gone, will you wait for me here
(how long)
I don't know, but wait for me here
(follow)
Don't follow me to where, where I go
(faraway)
I'll be gone, will you wait for me here
(how long)
I don't know, will you wait for me here
(follow)
Don't follow me to where I've gone
(follow)
Don't follow me to where I've gone
(someday, you'll take my place)
And I'll wait for you here



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