"The Snow In My Hand" as written by and Adrian Jackson Andrew Craighan....
I've seen them, so dark. Black. And yet fine.
The flower they carry had once been mine.
Get away from me, man of stories. Robe of lies.
Stay far from me. I lie to myself (it's not hurting).

I need help, but not from you or your father.
No! Jesus Christ. Who's my saviour?
Lose myself in gods death.
No! I can't bear all this pain.

I had watched the snow all day.
Falling.
It never lets up.
All day falling.

I lifted my voice and wept out loud, "So this is life?".


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"The Snow in My Hand" as written by Adrian Jackson Aaron Stainthorpe

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    General CommentVery sad song, probably about a man who's in doubt/has given up on religion and to find a meaning of it all.
    I love the lyrics to this one, but I think the song does not do it complete justice.
    Stelalaon April 19, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThe song doesn't use all those lyrics! It misses out '(it's not hurting)' and "So this is life?". Amazing though, all the same.
    Ad_Nauseamon August 01, 2007   Link

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