Wintersleeping

from by Steve Robinson & Ed Woltil

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lyrics

I feel a change of weather in my bones
(but not in my clothes)
And a spark to warm my wintry soul
(I’m over-exposed)
You come to me for answers
But all I know I learned from you.

Wintersleeping, my mistake
In the lion's den again, the bed I made.
Now I'm wide open, and wide awake
Shadows lie, then change their minds
in shifting shade.

I feel the solstice winding up ahead
(I go where the wind blows)
And a change of heart inside my head
(still I follow my nose)
You look to me for kindness
But all I have I stole from you.

Wintersleeping, my mistake
In the lion’s den again, the bed I made.
Now I’m wide open, and wide awake
Shadows lie, then change their minds
in shifting shade.

We all look for forgiveness—the one thing I can’t get from you.

North wind blowing, your slip is showing
dewdrops kissed away your icy gown.
Shimmering sun you're fooling no one
with your fake, painted frosty frown.

Wintersleeping, my mistake
In the lion’s den again, the bed I made.
Now I’m wide open, and wide awake
Shadows lie, then change their minds in shifting shade.

I feel a change of weather in my bones...

credits

from Cycle, released April 13, 2015
Ed Woltil - Lead & background vocals, acoustic & electric guitars, bass, programming
Steve Robinson - Background & lead vocals
Aaron Kant - Drums & percussion

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Steve Robinson & Ed Woltil Saint Petersburg, Florida

Ex-Roger McGuinn sideman and award-winning
Ditchflowers singer-songwriter team up to concoct
baroque folk-pop masterwork.

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