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Snow Is Going to Fall

by Richard Ruane & Beth Duquette

A seasonal song about a short-lived minor argument a couple has during a snow storm. The song is Influenced by traditional acoustic music and a touch of thirties jazz. Ruane and Duquette are two Vermont musicians known for strong vocals and harmonies.
Genre: Folk: Folk-Jazz
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Snow Is Going to Fall
Richard Ruane & Beth Duquette

Written by Richard Ruane
Copyright 2018 Okey Dokey Folkie Music (BMI) all rights reserved

Richard Ruane - vocals, tenor guitar, electric bass
Beth Duquette - vocals

Influenced by traditional folk music with a touch of thirties jazz; our music features award-winning song writing, lovely duet harmonies, and intricate and imaginative instrumental accompaniment. Our original songs are often described as timeless and sounding like they could be traditional ballads. Richard Ruane and Beth Duquette are members of the band "Bread & Bones."

Snow Is Going to Fall - Lyrics

Here comes a winter storm, and it’s a dark, dark night
And me and my honey had a dreadful fight
I guess I said some things, and I don’t know what for
Got into a huff and headed out that door
Oh but nothing cools you off, like a walk out in the wind
I’ll call to say I’m sorry, but will she take me back again

Why did he rush on out, he always makes a scene
I said one simple thing, blowing off some steam
Out without his coat, and it’s cold out too
Should I call his phone or just let him stew
But look out of that window, the storm’s set to begin
All my cheer’s gonna disappear, if he won’t come back again

That snow is going to fall and the wind is going to blow
If I make a call, what will I hear after hello?

Oh I’m so glad you called, let’s not be alone
Get back over here and hang up that phone



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