"Winter" as written by and Victoria Jane Horn Darren Isaac Tate....
Hey yeah.. ohh ahh..

There is ice, alive, turn ice into fire
I want, I need, to feel such desire
A pain lies deep, in the heart of my soul
This truth, unfolds, and I'm losing control
And I'm losing control..

I drift in this place, I can't see ahead
Searching around, for the answers..

[x2]
And it's cold, outside, and I feel the winter
There's a chill, in the air, of secrets untold

Hey yeah.. ohh ahh..

Tonight, I crave, sunlight on my face
For I, can see, it's lonely in space
A touch, can make, the senses awake
But fear, controls, your every mistake
Your every mistake..

I drift in this place, I can't see ahead
Searching around, for the answers..

[x4]
And it's cold, outside, and I feel the winter
There's a chill, in the air, of secrets untold

Hey yeah.. ohh ahh..

And it's cold outside.. and it's cold, outside
And it's cold outside..

[x4]
Winter.. I feel the winter



Lyrics submitted by cyberblade_256

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    General CommentI soo luv this song, thats why I put the lyrics here.....but I dont know the meaning. Can anyone shed some light on it!!?. :-)
    cyberblade_256on March 08, 2005   Link
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    General CommentThe cold outside can be a metaphor for the world outside of her body, society, and other influences that keep her from releasing the fire of her soul within. She craves to release her inner passion to the world and to free herself of the social norms and restraints placed upon her.

    I guess it can allude to sex or physical passion, but the feeling of the song seems to be completely different. Its definitley a passionate song that you can visualize in your mind and just lose yourself to. Beautiful.
    odnupson March 08, 2005   Link
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    General CommentExcellent, thanks for that. :-) Makes me luv the song even more.
    cyberblade_256on March 08, 2005   Link

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