"The Winter Song" as written by and Frank Dimino Edwin L. Meadows....
Winter is here, and it's cold this time of year.
There's snow everywhere in sight, falling on this winter night.
By candle light, we share this chilly night.
There's frost on the window pane, winter nights are here again.
There's a feeling in the air, feel the spirit everywhere.
Winter winds on heaven and earth.
By the fireplace, there's a smile on every face.
The ice begins to cling, listen to the children sing.
Looking outside, the city lights all come alive.
People running all around, they fill the streets with a happy sound.
There's a feeling in the air, feel the spirit everywhere.
Winter winds on heaven and earth.
Hear the Angels join the choir, let them take the music higher.
Through winter days on heaven and earth.
There's a feeling in the air, feel the spirit everywhere.
Winter winds on heaven and earth.
Hear the Angels join the choir, (join the choir) let them take the music higher (higher and higher).
Through winter days on heaven and earth.
There's a feeling in the air, (in the air) feel the spirit everywhere (everywhere).
Winter winds on heaven and earth (heaven and earth).
Hear the Angels join the choir (join the choir), let them take the music higher... (higher and higher)
Through winter days on heaven and earth (heaven and earth).
There's a feeling in the air, (in the air) feel the spirit everywhere (everywhere).
Winter winds on heaven and earth (heaven and earth).
Hear the Angels join the choir (join the choir), let them take the music higher... (higher and higher)
Through winter days on heaven and earth (heaven and earth).



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"The Winter Song" as written by Frank Charles Di Mino Edwin Lionel Jr Meadows

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