The Dead of Winter

by Schoolcraft

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released March 6, 2015

© Songwriters Association of Canada 2015

Tracks 01 and 03: Lyrics, Music, Harp, and Piano by Lindsay Schoolcraft
Track 02 belongs to Madonna, I do not own the rights or ownership. Track 02 is for cover song purposes, available a free download. Not for sale.
All Tracks: Produced, Engineered, Mixed and Mastered, along with Guitars and Bass by Tyler Williams
Tracks 01 and 02: String composition, arranging, and programming by Spencer Creaghan, Drums and Percussion by Scott Brindley
Cello on Track 01 by Nathen Morrison

Cover Artwork by Herr Nox

Thank you to everyone who contributed to this release. Biggest thank you to Luc Rivard and Johanne Isabelle, for this release would have not been possible without you.



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Schoolcraft Oshawa, Ontario

Canadian Singer-Songwriter, Harpist, Pianist, and Orchestral Composer.

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Track Name: The Dead of Winter
A song bird is singing, but so far away
Maybe she is bringing spring here today
but I can't remember October to December
Sunlight betrays the trees, night casts over us endlessly

I've been falling with the snow
It's all I've come to know

The ends not near for me, I'm here
The seasons change and I remain
Though the dead of winter are calling my name
The spirits have kept me safe

The frost now is melting, the earth gives away
chills down my spine, as orbs light the way
cracks on the tombstones, they lay with no voice
Ravens fly overhead, mourning with their cries

I’ve been falling like the snow
Show me what I use to know

It’s so dark in the unknown
I may be lost, but I’m not alone

© Songwriters Association of Canada 2015
Track Name: Solstice Day
A little bird, he came to me
And sang me songs from across the sea
The songs of lands I’ve never seen
Maybe one day in eternal sleep

The autumn breeze through skies so clear
Caressed my cheek, whispered to my ear
Be not afraid and never fear
You’re not alone, you never were

The sun did shine on solstice day
Pierced through the pines under where I lay
In stillness wide I heard the wolves
I could not hide as twilight took hold

The quiet moon and astral noise
Sent from afar a celestial voice
Be not afraid and never fear
You’re not alone, you never were

© Songwriters Association of Canada 2015