"Silver and Katherine" as written by and Gareth Donoghue Declan Mclaughlin....
When the cold of the day is over
And the warmth of the night moves in
There's a howling that stays beneath my skin
So I try to stay warm and moving
But the silence is just too strong
As the bloom of a rose is sharp and long
Shells of silver (silver)
Shells of silver (silver)
Shells of silver
This feels strange
As the closer we get to the grave
This feels strange
As the closer we get to the grave
This feels strange
As the closer we get to the grave
This feels strange
As the closer we get to the grave
Everybody wants love,
but it's not enough
To have a good heart,
but it's not enough.


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"Shells of Silver" as written by Gareth Donoghue Declan Mclaughlin

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