"Will the Summer Make Good for All of Our Sins?" as written by and Gunnar Oern Tynes Oervar Thoreyjarson Smarason....
Please don't cry for hammer in your teeth
We'll spoil the pretty snow that lies beneath
Who go cry for hammer in her teeth
We'll spoil her pretty face at least she feels real
No-go cry for hammer in your teeth
We'll spoil the pretty snow that never feels real

breathe, you breathe
Believe you me tonight
Breath in, breath out
Make good, make float
Bleed you me
_u nott

please don't cry for hammer in your teeth
We'll spoil the pretty snow that lies beneath
And summer will make good for all of our sins
If we only wish it hard enough

breathe in, breathe out
Who go who cry
Believe you me
To night/mum night
Breathe in, breathe out
Make good, make float
Bleed you me
_u nott

she cry, who closes eyes and hopes not to come back


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"Will the Summer Make Good for All of Our Sins?" as written by Gunnar Oern Tynes Oervar Thoreyjarson Smarason

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    General Commentmy name is summer...
    subterranean_summeron January 29, 2005   Link
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    General Commentand summer will make good for all of our sins
    if we only wish it hard enough...

    Haunting...gorgeous line.
    youmakemenervouson February 21, 2006   Link
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    General Commentthis song is absolutely beautiful, and i'm suprised to see such little info, haha.

    in my personal opinion,i think this song is essentially about regret. i think that its about someone who has done something terrible in their past, something they dearly regret and want to forget. in particular i noticed the use of snow or winter even, which seems to represent the regret, and the summer is used as compensation to counter-act the regret, and take away the past.
    __geiston June 02, 2007   Link

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