"Amy, I" as written by and Matthew Thiessen Andrew Ross Mcmahon....
Snow on the ground in Tennessee
North came South at the tops of the trees
Another long winter trying to fight this freeze
Waiting but the cold's got a hold on me

Hold on me
Hold on to me

Amy I, I never felt this kind of cold before
Amy I, I may never feel this way again
I never felt this kind of cold

So give me a cloud there's so much at stake
Decided to walk, there was ice on the lake
Though I never worry 'cause it never breaks
Though I hear it cracking under my weight
Another long winter trying to fight this freeze
Waiting but the cold's got a hold on me

Hold on to me
So hold on to me

Amy, I, I never felt this kind of cold before
And Amy I, may never feel this way again
Feel this way again

Amy, I, I can hear your bare feet on my bedroom floor
But Amy I never felt this kind of cold
Never felt this kind of hold on me
Never felt this kind of cold on me
Never felt this Amy, I, never felt this Amy

Amy, I, I never felt this kind of cold before
Amy, I, may never feel this way again
Feel this way again

Amy, I, I hear your bare feet on my bedroom floor
But your not here anymore
And Amy, I never felt this kind of cold


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"Amy, I" as written by Matthew Thiessen Andrew Ross Mcmahon

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