Coldest Day

(McPherson/Foreman/Clive Langer)No I never heard through the grapevineHow you left long before your timeBut in France on the radioI could not understand a wordBut I felt you goWe waited all night for the midnight lover’s callingIt was the coldest day of the yearAnd I’m still thawingI didn’t sleep a winkBut while radio playedI was day dreamingOf what might have beenWhile the cold night air was freezingThe coldest nightThe coldest day of the yearWhat is happening mother father pleaseWho will save us from the autumn breezeShivering to a halt no one wants to speak too soonAlthough we all knew under the pale blue moonThe pale moonThe pale blue moonWhat happens then when the sun goes downTell me what’s the word JohannesburgWhen the rent goes up and the lights go downOn the coldest day outside the coldest townWe waited all night and I’m still fallingI didn’t sleep a winkBut while radio playedI was day dreamingOf what might have beenWhile the cold night air was freezingThe coldest nightThe coldest day of the yearThe coldest nightThe coldest day of the yearThe coldest night, day, year.

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