Brian Cottrill

Brian Cottrill

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Rock - General | Clarksburg, West Virginia, United States
Total Song Plays: 437   
Member Since: 2006
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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In from the cold, past the doors, I stand all alone in the hall
High up above there's an angel just sitting alone on the wall
Hands in my pocket, looking around
I didn't know what I should say
You walk on down the stairs, dressed up in green
I open the door for you, said goodbye to your Mom
Waved and then we're on our way, out in the cold

We go out into the unknown
The snow, how it blew in the dark
We go, without knowing a thing
Let me tell you what happened on Christmas Eve

Wendy and Nick and the kids were all dancing in line 'round the tree
Talked about gifts but all I could think of was my angel and me
Everyone sang a little off key
When they called me off to the phone
The power went out, it was dark everywhere
I heard people shouting and one baby crying
And I couldn't find you at all
Where did you go

And I know you were left all alone
And I know you don't know who to believe
And I'll show, it left a scar on your soul
Let me tell you what really happened
I know you don't know who to believe
Let me tell you what happened on Christmas Eve

You ask for the truth and you want me to lie
You can't stand to be bored and you hate a surprise
You say everything's better when nothing has changed
You say everything normal when everything's strange
I remember Jimmy and Tommy and Sue
They were talking to me, they were looking at you
Take two steps backwards and struggle to breathe
I didn't know what they had up their sleeves

Song Length
40:24
Genre
Rock - General
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal


Language
English

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Performance Credits Drain Babies