Littlefinger in the Vale

Littlefinger in the Vale
Littlefinger in the Vale
Heigh ho the derry-o
Littlefinger in the Vale

Littlefinger takes a wife
Littlefinger takes a wife
Heigh ho the derry-o
Littlefinger takes a wife

The girl builds a snow castle
The girl builds a snow castle
Heigh ho the derry-o
The girl builds a snow castle

Littlefinger steals a kiss
Littlefinger steals a kiss
Heigh ho the derry-o
Littlefinger steals a kiss

The child crumbles the snow castle
The child crumbles the snow castle
Heigh ho the derry-o
The child crumbles the snow castle

The wife attacks the girl
The wife attacks the girl
Heigh ho the derry-o
The wife attacks the girl

The wife flies out the moon door
The wife flies out the moon door
Heigh ho the derry-o
The wife flies out the moon door

The bard takes the fall
The bard takes the fall
Heigh ho the derry-o
The bard takes the fall

The girl is promised an heir
The girl is promised an heir
Heigh ho the derry-o
The girl is promised an heir

The girl stands alone
The girl stands alone
Heigh ho the derry-o
The girl stands alone
Heigh ho the derry-o
The girl stands alone 

by Howling Mad

Winter is good
building the snow castle
it looks nice.

by Buckwheat

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artwork by libellchen

Sansa’s Snowcastle

In the night time when the world is at its rest.
You will find me in the place I know the best.
Dancing, singing, howling to the moon.
Don’t have to worry, ‘cause in my dreams I’m home.

And I build a castle in the snow with my two hands.
Design my own world ain’t nobody understand.
I found myself alive in the comfort of those lands.
As long as dreams are flying, all this world ain’t got no end. All this world ain’t got no end.

In the daytime you will find me there outside.
Trying to do my best, trying to build home right.
When it all turns wrong, the only hope to find
is in my memories, keep it in my mind.

And I build a castle in the snows with my two hands.
Design my own world ain’t nobody understand.
I found myself alive in the comfort of those lands.
As long as dreams are flying, all this world ain’t got no end. All this world ain’t got no end.

by Lady of Oldcastle, based on “Sky and Sand” by Paul & Fritz Kalkbrenner