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Classic Rock Songs To Warm Up With During This Cold Winter – The Doors [VIDEOS]

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The Doors during a press conference at Heathrow Airport, London,  September 1968.The Doors album ‘Waiting For The Sun’ was released in 1968 with one of the cuts being titled, “Wintertime Love” (album sold over seven million copies).

Partial lyrics:

“Wintertime wind’s blue and freezin’
Comin’ from northern storms in the sea
Love has been lost, is that the reason?
Trying desperately to be free

Come with me.  Dance, my dear.
Winter’s so cold this year
And you are so warm
My wintertime love to be”
So button up, batten down and click on the buttons at the bottom.


The Doors, “Wintertime Love”:

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