Winter - by John Smith

Once upon a time
One day a baby was born
And on that day it rained like it had never
Rained before

Kings were there in human form
They came around from everywhere
To see this first born
In the winter

The ancient man in hallowed halls
Said “he's the one who’ll save us all
He's the one of whom I've been told.”
But I was there
I was there
In the winter
In the winter

The king bowed low
Laid down his sword
These humble worship
"Gentle lord I'd ask you
So many things"

And all the tribesmen gaze in wonder
As he woke the beating thunder stopped...
And went away,

soon... the ancient man in hallowed hall
He put those books upon the floor
And dreamt uneasy dreams

In the winter
In the winter
In the winter
I was there
I was there
I was there, a man
I was there
In the winter
In the winter
In the winter
In the winter


Lyrics submitted by peacock, edited by bbhare

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