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Classic Rock Songs To Warm Up With During This Cold Winter – Black Sabbath [VIDEOS]

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I think one thing we’ve had enough of is snow but leave to Black Sabbath to come out with the song “Snowblind.”One can find this song on their album titled, ‘Past Lives’

Partial Lyrics:

“My eyes are blind but I can see
The snowflakes glisten on the trees
The sun no longer sets me free
I feel the snowflakes freezing me

Let the winter sun shine
Let me feel the frost of dawn
Fill my dreams of flakes of snow
Soon I’ll feel the chilling glow.”

So button up, batten down and click on the buttons at the bottom.


Black Sabbath, “Snowblind”:

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