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Yazoo – Winter Kills lyrics

Green in your love on bright days
You grew sunblind you thought me unkind
To remind you how winter kills
Lost in daydreams you drove too fast and got nowhere
You rode on half fare when you got too scared
How winter kills
Tear at me searching for weaker seams
"Surprise me", you said to me, "I'm feeling worse"
"I want your photographs", I agreed to
But I want in addition for you to leave, I must ask you
There's someone standing there, perhaps myself
I'm going to see to it that you undergo all your operations
I said, "Operations?" you said "The operations you wishes to"
I said, "If it's for the best" I said "If that's what I wished to"
Pain in your eyes makes me cruel, makes me spiteful
Tears are delightful welcome your nightfall
How winter kills
I'll tear at you searching for weaker seams
How winter kills, how, how winter kills
How, how winter kills, how, how winter kills
How, how winter kills, how, how winter kills
How, how winter kills, how, how winter kills
How, how winter kills, kills

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