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AT THE EDGE OF THE ARCTICWORDS & MUSIC: Earl P. Reinhalter
I. at the edge of the arctic is a terrible, jagged, icy coastline. between love and true desolation is a sea one man can sail on alone. for when there is a half sun over on the left horizon, and the sad snow falling on still sleepers to the right, sad dreamers in the night, who's to say whether the half sun shall become full? or whether it come to null? and whether the sleepers are to wake or yet to dream? CHORUS: at the edge of the arctic. (4 times) II. at the edge of the arctic, midnight sun is becoming noontime dark. between day and night is a season. we dream of each other, not knowing we lie side-by-side. blind visions will unite sad dreamers in the night. and who's to say whether the sleepers are to wake? or yet to dream? blind visions will unite sad dreamers in the night. /// REPEAT CHORUS ///
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