"She Came Out of the Cold" as written by and Michael George/evans Gibbins....
The wind, it whispered coldness on the window
The headlights showed the darkness through the rain
When silhouetted there against the roadside
Was a girl who I'd learned to love that very day

She came out of the cold
Would I ever hold the girl from the cold?
She came out of the cold
We laughed and talked together on the way

I knew then I'd be foolish not to say
"I'd like to see you here again tomorrow"
As we stopped outside her house, I said "goodnight"
She came out of the cold

Tomorrow, she's mine to have and to hold
She came out of the cold
Excitedly, the next night I arrived there
Asked the mother, was her daughter there inside?

The tears flowed from her eyes
She sadly told me, "a year ago last night, my baby died"
She came out of the cold
Oh, how I wish I was never told
She came out of the cold


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"She Came Out of the Cold" as written by Ronald Llewelyn Griffiths Peter William Ham

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