"Wait for the Wintertime" as written by Christopher E Keating, Anand Mathew Wilder and Ira Wolf Tuton....
On a cold day, nothing's gonna stop us
On a cold day, you can see forever
On a cold day, nothing's gonna stop us
On a cold day, you can run through metal

In a graveyard, we'll be making babies
In a graveyard, it's raining up in heaven
Silent cold now, nothing's gonna stop us
Silent cold now, silent, silent cold
A man can be happy with the weather
As long as it doesn't snow
To run and hide
Wintertime is a razor blade the devil made
It's the price we pay for the summertime


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"Wait for the Wintertime" as written by Christopher E Keating Anand Mathew Wilder

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    Lyric CorrectionOn a cold day, nothing's gunna stop us
    On a cold day, you can see forever
    On a cold day, nothings gunna stop us
    On a cold day, you can run through metal

    In a graveyard, we'll be making babies
    In a graveyard, it's raining up in heaven

    Solid gold now , nothing's gunna stop us
    Solid gold now, it's solid solid gold

    A man can be happy with the weather
    As long as it doesn't snow

    Snow will fallow me as soon as there's nowhere warm,
    to run and hide.

    Wintertime is a ball and chain of the old and grey,
    it's the price we pay for the summertime.

    In a graveyard, we'll be making babies
    In a graveyard, it's raining up in heaven

    Solid gold now, nothing's gunna stop us
    Solid gold now, it's solid solid gold

    A man can be happy with the weather
    As long as it doesn't snow

    Snow will fallow me as soon as there's nowhere warm,
    to run and hide.

    Wintertime is a ball and chain of the old and grey,
    it's the price we pay for the summertime.

    lyrics for the studio version, not the live ones.
    baronvonbadguyon July 30, 2011   Link

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