By the fire, we wait
While outside the day just fades away
And in the blanket we wrapped ourselves in
We lay in eachother's arms again
As I look out the window
She gets ready to leave
I turn and tell her to stop
And look out at the street

Stringtown Road was covered in snow
She won't make it home tonight
The car won't make it out the driveway
And it's freezing cold outside
Stringtown Road was covered in snow
We'll just stay inside
And we can sit and pray the snow won't stop

So she stands against the wall
And she begins to worry when her parents call
Just stay tonight, just stay with me
She sighs and says she can't
She has to try and leave
The phone starts to ring
As she heads for the door
She looks up at me
And throws her phone to the floor

I'm counting every single snowflake
That falls and suddenly disappears
Into the endlessness of white
That stretches far away from here
I'm counting every single snowflake
That falls and keeps you here

Stringtown Road was covered in snow
She won't make it home tonight
The car won't make it out the driveway
And it's freezing cold outside
Stringtown Road was covered in snow
We'll just stay inside
And we can sit and pray the snow won't stop


Lyrics submitted by eltroyo11

Stringtown Road song meanings
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