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Leif Vollebekk - From the Forth Lyrics

  • Well, the windows fogged up and the world it did freeze
  • With its restless passerby in the cold nighttime breeze
  • The violins dug in and one tear I cry
  • My ears were ringing when we stepped outside
  • Your sweat sweetly mixed with the sea salt air
  • Oh, I was glad when we decided to get out of there
  • And looking down the avenue
  • You said there’s only one cure for that ringing I hear
  • You were talking so close I could see and feel your breath
  • You smiled and told me that cure was death
  • You were always pretty clever, much more than you’d let on
  • Your kind of thinking was dead on
  • It takes two to tango, it took one to teach
  • You were in my arms but you were out of reach
  • And the windows fogged up and outside we did freeze
  • Amongst the restless passerby in the cold nighttime breeze
  • Evert now and again when I go out at night
  • I pass by some stranger who asks for a light
  • And her handwriting it don’t match up to yours
  • You said that all lamps are lit by one kind of fire
  • But in some kinds of light I just can’t call you a liar
  • And in the wine bottle bars and in the late night dawn
  • I often wonder which side of the glass you’re now on

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