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In the Land of the Pale-Blue Snow

Published by Susan on 08/10/2003 (5619 reads)
In the land of the pale-blue snow...

From: The Trail of '98

In the land of the pale-blue snow,
Where it's ninety-nine below,
And the polar-bears are dancing on the plain,
Oh, my Heart, my Life, my Soul,
I will meet thee when the ice-worms nest again.


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