"Snow Day" as written by Eliot Kennedy, Andy Watkins, Paul Wilson and Ronan Keating....
Struck brightly by the winter
When the snow falls thick and silent
I can only hear you breathing

I will follow a set of deep tracks
Other people all stay hidden
As the cars rest under snow drifts

so clearly the dark sky
Appears framed by cables
So clearly your breath's white
As you struggle to tell

that the people we have become
Still lay awake hoping to hear airwaves
Say snow day

as the day goes gray to grayer
We don't think of all the struggle
In our footsteps, it's behind us

so clearly your eyes framed in the light decaying
So quiet your words stood out when you were saying
That people we have become
All know there's more than the setting sun
Snow day

we can want more
We'll find out in the new morning
We can want more
We'll wait up to hear closings

Lyrics submitted by y plus white girl

"Snow Day" as written by Eliot Kennedy Andy Watkins

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    General CommentPersonally this is my favorite song of all time, its just well amazing, it reminds me of my past and is seriously underrated. I wish everyone knew about this song, even though it has a bit of sadness to it...
    Arc_9on July 28, 2007   Link
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    General CommentGrowing up in Michigan and we would peer out the window anticipating the next big blizzard and hoping for the snow day. It seems to me he is saying that even as an adult he still embraces the simple pleasure of the snow day. No matter how hard life gets or how deep the tracks in the snow are...you go on...hoping for the next snow day. Musically he really captures the feeling of anticipation you get staring out the window for hours looking up at the street lights trying to find the big flakes falling as well as the empty almost longing you have out in the snow after a real blizzard has just passed...quiet, white and cold. Agreed Arc 9 it's a great song.
    Splerbon January 20, 2011   Link
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    General Commentabsolutely beautiful. i think this song is simply about life.
    up on this hill on July 13, 2009   Link

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