"Snow Girl" as written by and Simon Underwood John Waddington....
Set fire to yourself on a train
Don't approach your life with a sword
Burning breast, your heart's in flame
But your eyelids shield you from the law

I won't stamp on your coal eyes
That poison tongue tasted stone
Built out of tears so you cannot lie
The voice of the wind tells you are not alone

Snow girl, I burn you
Snow girl, I melt you
Your hair is on fire
When I touch you, you melt
Snow girl
Snow girl
I burn you
I melt you
I burn you
I melt you
I burn you

Strong in the shadows
But you cannot leave your room
Knife
Inside you
Sharpens its blade
Tick-tick, hammer and nail, tick-tick, hammer and nail
Tick-tick, hammer and nail, tick-tick, hammer and nail

Snow girl, I burn you
Snow girl, I melt you
Your hair is on fire
When I touch you, you melt
Snow girl
Snow girl
Your hair is on fire
When I touch you, you melt
Snow girl
Snow girl
I burn you
I melt you
I burn you
I melt you
I burn you
I melt you
I melt you


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"Snowgirl" as written by Bruce Neil Smith Gareth Sager

Lyrics © THIRD SIDE MUSIC INC.

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