Pinwheel of Death

Steve Wariner


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Writers Steve Wariner, Steve Wilkinson

Genres Country, Ballad, Seasons

Recorded 2000

Lyrics A LITTLE RED-HEADED GIRL
STOOD AT THE MIRROR
STUDYING HER FACE.
SHE DIDN'T LIKE HER NOSE
AND ALL OF THOSE FRECKLES
SHE'D LOVE TO ERASE.
HER INVENTORY TOLD THE STORY
AND FROM WHERE SHE STOOD,
THERE'S SO MUCH SHE WOULD CHANGE
OH, IF SHE ONLY COULD.
AS SHE SAID TO HERSELF,
I'D BE ANYONE ELSE
IF IT WERE UP TO ME,
HER MOM WALKED IN,
AND SAID WITH A GRIN,
ONE DAY, GIRL,
YOU'LL SEE.

THERE'S A MILLION STARS
IN THE SUMMER SKY,
AND EACH ONE HAS ITS NAME,
THERE'S A MILLION SNOWFLAKES
IN THE WINTERTIME
BUT NO TWO ARE QUITE THE SAME,
AND THERE'S SOMETHING
YOU CAN'T SEE RIGHT NOW
BUT ONE DAY, GIRL,
YOU'LL KNOW,
IN A FIELD THAT'S FULL OF DAISIES,
YOU'RE THE ONLY ROSE.
YOU CAN TALK ABOUT CLOTHES,
TALK ABOUT MAKE-UP,
THAT'S A MATTER OF STYLE,
AND I BET MONA LISA'S MOTHER
HEARD HER DAUGHTER SAY
SHE DIDN'T LIKE HER SMILE.
WHAT'S INSIDE YOU
JUST CAN'T HIDE
'CAUSE BEAUTY RUNS SO DEEP,
AND ONE DAY
YOU'LL KNOCK SOME YOUNG MAN
RIGHT OFF HIS FEET.
 

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Cowriters: Steve Wilkinson