Review: About frozen hearts

John Daugherity’s song In Snow seems pretty simple at first — repetitious, even. I think with a couple listens, though, you hear the story of love turned cold — her love, my love, and our love. The repetitiveness reminds me of another gorgeously simple song, Hold On by John Lennon.  I think In Snow would be a great cover song for a singer. Contact us if you’re interested! Also listen @ Soundcloud or buy the mp3 @ Hearttooth Music Shop.

Buried in the snow
She's not dead 
But you know she's cold
You know she's cold

She's cold
She's cold
She's cold
She's cold
In the snow
You know she's out there somewhere
Never been told
Somehow I know, I know, I know

She don't have my love and now she knows how it feels
She don't have my love and now she knows how it feels
She don't have my love and now she knows how it feels

Buried in the snow
I'm not dead 
But you know I'm cold
You know I'm cold
I'm cold 
I'm cold 
I'm cold 
I'm cold
In the snow
You know I'm out there somewhere

I don't have no love
Now I know how she feels

You know I'm out there somewhere
I don't have no love
Now I know how she feels

Buried in the snow
Buried in the snow
We're not dead but you know we're cold
Oh we're cold
We're cold
We're cold 
We're cold 
We're cold  
In the snow

You know you're out there somewhere
Never been told 
Somehow I know I know I know

We don't have no love
Now we know how it feels

Buried in the snow