"Snow Brigade" as written by and Silas Utke Graae Joergensen Jonas Bjerre Terkelsboel....
Enable to bring out the something
You want to know beneath the snow
In winter you're an affliction
That repeatedly defeated me

I'll find you somewhere
Show you how much I care
Know that there is no escape
from my snow brigade

Bring out the someone
You need to see for jealousy
We all know one day you'll leave behind
Your everything
And feel the spring come

'Cause I'll find you somewhere
Show you how much I care
Know that there is no escape
from my snow brigade

My arms retreat
I wish they were there to hold you

I'll find you somewhere
Show you how much I care
Know that there is no escape
From my snow brigade


Lyrics submitted by Belle-and-Eric-Hajdu

"Snowbrigade" as written by Johan Haslund Wohlert Bo Rune Madsen

Lyrics © Fintage House Publishing

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    General CommentAm I the only one getting the feeling that this song is about drug abuse? The snow is cocaine, it might make you feel happier or smarter for a while, but the winter is the addiction taking over making you isolate from your believes and real friends. When it turns into a downward spiral. His snow brigade is just a way to express his urge to have his healthy happy friend back:
    I'll find you somewhere
    show you how much I care
    know that there is no escape
    from my snowbrigade
    He swears to not give up until he's done everything he can to free his friend from the drugs, no matter how impossible the situation is. His friend can hide from the truth and from people judging him by getting stoned, but he can never escape the real love and devotion of true friendship.
    I hope I've made my point, just like Mew english isn't my first language (I'm from Sweden) so I never know if I make myself clear or not :P
    Hugs and kisses, everyone!
    Felison April 30, 2006   Link

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