"The Snows Of New York" as written by Albert Hammond and Chris De Burgh....
I can see you now by the light of the dawn
And the sun is rising slow
We have talked all night, and I can't talk anymore
But I must stay and you must go

You have always been such a good friend to me
Through the thunder and the rain
And when you're feeling lost in the snows of New York
Lift your heart and think of me

There are those who fail, there are those who fall
There are those who will never win
Then there are those who fight for the things they believe
And these are men like you and me

In my dream we walked, you and I to the shore
Leaving footprints by the sea
And when there was just one set of prints in the sand
That was when you carried me

You have always been such a good friend to me
Through the thunder and the rain
And when you're feeling lost in the snows of New York
Lift your heart and think of me

And when you're feeling lost in the snows of New York
Lift your heart and think of me
Lift your heart and think of me


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"The Snows of New York" as written by Chris De Burgh Albert Hammond

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    General CommentI've only heard this song recently and I like it, but I don't know what Chris is singing about. LOL Does anyone have any idea what the lyrics mean?

    Thanks!
    Bill
    BillyBear54on May 02, 2010   Link

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