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A cold dream of november

Very rough demo.

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The lyrics are hard to make out

Verse  1

I dreamed a cold dream of November

In the middle of july

I felt the dying of the embers

As wind came creeping by

I tried to call to you to end it

But I hadn’t any voice

It seemed appalling you would leave it

But you didn’t have a choice

I wish I could wake up

Bring me back to life

I dreamd a white dream of December

Where the trees looked just like nerves

And all the leaves lay buried sleeping

Underneath the frozen earth

I tried to call the sun to wake up

But I didn’t know the words

It seemed to me we’d never make it

When the sun had never heard

that’s when I woke up

you brought me back to life!

If you hold me now

I’d get back to sleep

Could you hold me now

Would you hold me now

Could you hold

Me now

Hold me now now (Etc.)

The ending of the year

The dreams have come and they have gone

The months compile on one another

Winter proudly marches on

And still the haunting of last summer

Lingers on these bedroom walls

The digesting of the memory

That I hardly can recall

So hold me now

Just hold me now

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2 responses so far

2 Responses to “A cold dream of november”

  1. bonon Jun 15th 2010 at 12:40 am

    I love it :)
    could you send me the mp3 please???
    i’d love to put it in my ipod.


  2. Fred Kozakon Jul 8th 2010 at 1:43 pm

    You guys are too nice, really. This is just a bunch of chords and a melody with some lyrics. It’s not like its a large fatted calf full of rubies that spill out when youslit its belly open. THAT’s better than most things.

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