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Be sure to the quiet
In the middle on the night
When the dogs are asleep
And the wind is high
Grab your things and wait by the window
I'll meet you be your window

And well make no tracks in the snow
Well follow the lakes to where the
Cold north wind will
Cover for us both
So we can hide

And if we survive
The cold and the night in the dead of winter
Well watch the sunrise on the ice
Together

And if we are to die
Tonight
In your arms
I will lay
And it never felt better
And at least we will leave here
Together

La da da da
La da da
La da da
La da da da da da da
La da da da
Da da

In the still of the night
My bare hands
Your pale skin
Reflected in the moonlight
And we pray
And we pray
To the wind
Your hands in my hands
As soft as the sunlight
When the day begins
And as cold as the night blows in

And if we are to die tonight
I pray with my heart that you'll love me forever
And at least we will leave here together



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