"Winter Calls" as written by Luke Crowther, Joel Stoker, Grant Marsh and Robert Pyne....
Winter calls when I'm alone and at the end of day
Like any fool who'd been the owner to a pretty face
Now time it separates us to a different place
I'd be alright if I could only stop the thinking

And if I'm happy cause you say you are I'd be lying
And if I said that I'm a man that don't need anyone at all

Then I know I was wrong

So don't leave me out in the cold
Foolishly shaking my bones
If you don't want my heart let me know
I get lonely when winter calls

Winter calls the start of June until the end of May
Cause any rule I've ever had I've always had to break
I find I sit around trying to compensate
I feel alright at times but only when I'm drinking

And if I'm happy cause you say you are I'd be lying
And if I said that I'm a man that don't need anyone at all

Well then I know I was wrong

So don't leave me out in the cold
Foolishly shaking my bones
If you don't want my heart let me know
I get lonely when winter calls

And yes it hurts to know that I am not your obligation
But I don't want to spend a lifetime waiting...

And if I'm happy cause you say you are I'd be lying
And every time I close my eyes I'm hearing warning sirens
The thought of you in someone else's arms and I feel violent
And if I said that I'm a man then maybe I was a fool...

But I know I was wrong

So don't leave me out in the cold
Foolishly shaking my bones
If you don't want my heart let me know
I get lonely when winter calls


Lyrics submitted by rymert19

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