"Blood on the Snow" as written by and Justin Wayne Ringle....
Painless ghosts,
of which she knows,
the smell in her clothes,
the smell in her nose.
There's blood on the snow.

Bring your love,
it's on your tongue,
it's on your roads,
and in your toes.
There's blood on the snow.

Tuesday's violence,
we're alone.

Into their beds they approach their doom.
Their heads, their lips, their chests, their hips, they walk.
Them bones they move, they talk.
Their bones they bleed they rot.

Their tones they're forged, they're wrought,
into what they're not.


Lyrics submitted by raconteur

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    General CommentI cant believe no one has commented on this song it is absolutely beautiful. The cello and violin combo is so sweet mixed with the singers voice.
    brighteyed77on January 04, 2009   Link
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    General CommentOops, that was meant to be a normal comment. I'm sorry.
    idlebearon May 04, 2009   Link

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