Andrew Russe

Andrew Russe

from St Reatham, Londonium

About "Cold"

This one’s a bit of a ponderous beastie.

It can be whatever you want it to be. For me, it’s got a lot to do with Sunday 18th June 1815.


Cold - A A J Russe

Your wagon-train
Is out of danger
And of course you never lie
Not to a stranger

How many times must we pull on the handle?
Once in a while it comes off in our hand
How many times must we reach for the blanket?
When all I ever feel is
All I ever feel is
All I ever feel is cold
Cold

You chose this ground
Before the rain came
Your belief you could not lose
Takes some explaining

Draw near the fire
For an arm round the shoulder
Once in a while a nice cup of tea
How many times were we promised the answer?
When all I ever feel is
All I ever feel is
All I ever feel is cold

How many times can we hide in the corner?
Once in a while we get clean away
How many times must we plead for the answer?
When all I ever feel is
All I ever feel is
All I ever feel is cold
Cold

I never planned
To feel so cold

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