Katherine Jenkins Your Silhouette

Something in the way you held me

Heaven in the words you said

Tonight I’m looking at the open window

Lying in our empty bed

I try in vain to remember

So afraid to forget

How light the snow was falling last December

On your silhouette

Clinging to a memory of you

Lying by a winter’s flame

The night I told you a was born to love you

And how I’d never be the same

For as long as I’m living

I’ll will always regret

How all the time I never took a picture

Of your silhouette

I used to close my eyes

And only see your face

But time was made to fly

And carry you away

How light the snow was falling last December

On your silhouette

Oh, and maybe if I try to listen

I can hear you call my name

From out across the great and mighty distance

Something like an open sea

Helping me to remember

So afraid to forget

How light the snow was falling last December

On your silhouette