Marty Stuart — Oh, What A Silent Night lyrics

Written by Marty Stuart and Harlan Howard

The wind is creepin' across the mountains
The moon is nowhere in sight
Gone is the voice I'm used to hearing
Oh, what a silent night
The telephone's been disconnected
But she wouldn't call me anyway
But even if she did, I wouldn't answer
'Cause there's not one word left to say

She told me, she was disenchanted
She needed those big city lights
Well, I loved her and I told her, her wish was granted
Oh, what a silent night

I sit here, feelin' my heart breaking
I think I felt a teardrop fall
I listen for the sound my heart is making
But it don't make no sound at all

And I wonder just how long I'll miss her
Will my hair be black or white
God, I'd give my soul to kiss her
Oh, what a silent night

She told me, she was disenchanted
She needed those big city lights
Well, I loved her and I told her, her wish was granted
Oh, what a silent night
Oh, what a silent night
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Songwriters: STUART, MARTY / HOWARD, HARLAN
Oh, What A Silent Night lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group