"Footprints [N.Y. Mix]" as written by Glenn Martin Tilbrook and Christopher Henry Difford....
I spent too much money, I looked far too glad
Now I have so little of what I once had
I had too many parties I had too much time
I got so lazy and fell well behind
Now the summer is over I can count the cost
Footprints on the beaches are now
Footprints in the frost
The summer is over I can count the cost
Footprints on the beaches are now footprints in the frost

We did so much damage deep in our insides
The party's over it's going home time
The cathedral is empty, no one's at home
Winter's approaching paradise postponed

Now the summer is over I can count the cost
Footprints on the beaches are now footprints in the frost,
The rain won't stop falling and the people look lost
Footprints on the beaches are now footprints in the frost

I rang lots of numbers and walked many miles
I watched the flinstones and I turned my dial
To a brand new station where the beat comes in
Now it's all over the winter begins

The summer is over I can count the cost
Footprints on the beaches are now footprints in the frost
People with umbrellas disappear in the fog
Footprints on the beaches are now footprints in the frost
Oh in the frost
Oh in the frost


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"Footprints" as written by Glenn Tilbrook Chris Difford

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