Memories of Warmth

by Doe a Dear

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This is a little winter song we wrote and it was loosely based on the perspective of Jack Frost. We hope you enjoy it! All proceeds of this song will be going towards producing our first EP in Jan/Feb 2013! So if you feel inclined to donate more than $1, it's incredibly appreciated! If not, you're still just as loved!

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(Verse 1)
Crystalized patterns orbit my face.
The wind's frigid arms are my only embrace.
My memories of warmth are lost in a haze.
I can only control this pure white blaze.

(Chorus)
Somewhere lost in the snow,
was my lantern's pale glow.
Softly I breathe, a plea.
Bound to a maze of pines,
I follow the frost bitten signs.
Winter, be good to me.

(Verse 2)
Peering through a web of needles and lights;
I watch joyful traditions rise to new heights.
Dizzy from all the tree's spinning gold
I run back to my home, built in the cold.

(Chorus)

(Bridge)
You're the only mother I've ever known
You gave me this bleak season's key
I'll proudly sit on this frozen throne
So please, Dear Winter, be good to me!

(Chorus)

credits

released 24 December 2012
Lyrics written by: Doe a Dear
Music Written by: Bruce Thomas, Everett & Caroline Hardin
Produced and Mastered by: Everett Hardin
Photography by: Ben Roberts (http;//benrobertsphoto.com)

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Doe a Dear Boone, North Carolina

Doe a Dear is a small duet that was founded on red hair.

Freckles and Super Pipes: Brandi Williams
Dimples and High Notes: Caroline Ely

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