The words for this one are a very old and stubborn mishearing of song lyrics from over a decade ago, happened to roll around on my Spotify and got me moving. The background is three winter scenes pulled together with a couple texture layers of crackly paint, some metallic crochet nonsense, and a smattering of paisley. Significant color fixes to keep the look uniform. I think the village at the bottom suffered for all the other things that got added in, but in the end it’s worth it.

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