"When the Winter's Gone (Song for a Stranger)" as written by David Robert Pack, Jennifer Warnes and David Bryan Benoit....
Pardon me sir, I don't know who you are.
But I think I see something in your eyes
Though I could be wrong.

Winter is here and all the roses lie deep beneath the snow
That's where lovers go to hide from pain and sorrow.
Never for sure when your luck will turn
Waiting out that snowy day
Hope for a cure that someday you'll learn
Why love keeps on going when there's no one there.

Pardon me sir, I think it's up from here.
Take this one from me, one day you'll feel free to
Fly away wherever you want to.
Never can tell where the dawn will break
When you find your shoulder to cry on.
After a spell you won't feel the ache
And you'll forget the corner you've been living in so long.

You'll breathe a sigh and see it's time to move along
Just a little stronger when the winter's gone.
When the winter's gone.


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"When the Winter's Gone (Song for a Stranger)" as written by David Pack David Bryan Benoit

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