Mmm...dear, I love you dearly, but don't forget trouble
I, used to find, and it was, in your mind...yeah

I got red blood, and I got blood red wine
Which I bring you, when the snow is heavy on the ground
If you say where go
I'll just, wrap my cloak around

You say that every man you ever had
Has been obsessed with you and I, wanna prove an exception
To the role, that you lay down
Babe, please don't make me cry, 'cause there's a little pain inside..iide
Yes my darling now you can't expect me always to hide

I got red blood, and I got, blood red wine
Which I bring you when the snow lies heavy on the ground
If you say we'll go
Why-ow... let me, let me, wrap my coat around

Yeah, that's right

You see that every time well the lines must rhyme
And every verse, be in the same old time
Does it all, have to rhyme?
But there go, and that's a place that you will never...
You said to remind of the girl I used to know, and used to love, yeah

I got red blood, and I got blood red wine
Which I bring you, when the snow lies heavy on the ground
If, you get cold
I, oh wrap my, coat, coat around

My, my, my, my don't you stay, on that, that snowy ground...


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    General CommentThis is a song recorded during the sessions for Beggars Banquet in 1968, however, it did not make the cut for the album and is only available on bootlegs. Lyrically, it shares some similar lyrics with "Winter" and sounds somewhat similar to "Sister Morphine."
    Tom_And_Jerryon October 10, 2008   Link

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