"This Heart That Lives in Winter" as written by and Lynn Marie Miles....
There is a tundra
There is the snow
There is a sorrow that won't let go
There is a river
That's frozen now
There is a grace that I cannot allow

It's so dark here
It's so cold
That everything could splinter
Don't be afraid
To look down upon
This heart that lives in winter
This heart that lives in winter

There is a circle
There is a line
There is a hill that I cannot climb
There is a fire
And it's burning below
And it will not die
Though these winds will blow

It's so dark here
It's so cold
That everything could splinter
Don't be afraid
To look down upon
This heart that lives in winter
This heart that lives in winter

There's always a king
Always a queen
Always a hollow place
Somewhere in between
But there is a lesson
And it's waiting in the night
And always a search
For a soothing light

It's so dark here
It's so cold
That everything could splinter
Don't be afraid
To look down upon
This heart that lives in winter
This heart that lives in winter
This heart that lives in winter


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"This Heart That Lives in Winter" as written by Lynn Marie Miles

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