"Last Night" as written by Thomas Andrew Searle Barnes, Peter Norman Cullen Kelleher, Benjamin Alexander Kohn, Wayne Anthony Hector and Ayak Thiik....
Last night I watched the first snow come floating down
And land on the streets of this sleepy town
Well, I got out my mitts and I got out my hat
Ain't it funny how the season change just like that

Then I watched the neighbors' kids try to lick the flakes
All the passing cars stopped to check their brakes
And pretty soon we'll be singing Christmas songs
Like "I wish I had a river that I could skate away on"

And then I watched the rooftops change from black to white
All the cats and dogs went home for the night
And the birds left town 'bout a month ago
Except for the ones that are built for snow

And then I watched the trees shiver by the light of the moon
And I didn't feel lonely but I know I will soon
And any day now I won't say one good thing
About the cold and the snow and I'll complain until spring

But last night I watched the first snow come floating down
And land on the streets of this sleepy town
I got out my mitts and I got out my hat
Ain't it funny how the season change just like that


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"Last Night" as written by Thomas Andrew Searle Barnes Wayne Anthony Hector

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