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Letra The Snows They Melt The Soonest

The snows, they melt the soonest when the wind begins to sing
The corn, it ripens fastest when the frosts are settlin' in
And when a lover tells me that my face she'll soon forget
Before we part, I'll wage a crown she's bound to follow yet

The snows, they melt the soonest when the wind begins to sing
The swallow flies without a thought as long as it is spring
But when spring goes and winter blows, my love, she will be fain
For all her pride to follow me across the raging main

The snows, they melt the soonest when the wind begins to sing
The bee that flew when summer shone, in winter cannot sting
I've seen a lover's anger melt between the night and the morn
But it's surely not a harder thing to melt a woman's scorn

So don't you bid me farewell, no farewell I'll receive
For you will lie with me, my love, then kiss and take your leave
I'll wait here 'til the moorcock calls, and the martin takes the wing
For the snows, they melt the soonest when the winds begin to sing

The snows, they melt the soonest when the winds begin to sing
The corn, it ripens fastest when the frosts are settlin' in
And when a lover tells me that my face she'll soon forget
Before we part, I'll wage a crown she's bound to follow yet