"Steal Softly Thru Snow" as written by and Don Van Vliet....
The black paper between a mirror breaks my heart
The moon frayed through dark velvet lightly apart
Steal softly through sunshine
Steal softly through snow
The wild goose flies from winter
Breaks my heart that I can't go
Energy flys through a field
'N the sun softly melts a nothing wheel
Steal softly through sunshine
Steal softly through snow
The black paper between a mirror breaks my heart that I can't go
The swan their feathers don't grow
They're spun
They live two hundred years of love
They're one
Breaks my heart to see them cross the sun
Grain grows rainbows up straw hill
Breaks my heart to see the highway cross the hill
Man lived a million years 'n still he kills
The black paper between a mirror
Breaks my heart that I can't go
Steal softly through sunshine
Steal softly through snow


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"Steal Softly Thru Snow" as written by Don Van Vliet

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