"Winds Of March" as written by G Rolie, M Schon, S Perry and N Schon....
I covered you with roses
Like the stars at night
I covered you with love
Like a blanket on a cold winter's night
I covered you with joy
To make your lifetime bog and bright

You touched me with your eyes
Soft as an evening breeze
You held me in your arms
As the winds rushed through the trees
You are my child
You make my lifetime big and bright

You are my child
You came like the winds of March
With all the love in your eyes
You are my child
You came like the morning lights
With all your love, in your eyes

You are my child
You came like the morning light
With all your love, in your eyes


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"Winds of March" as written by Stephen Ray Perry Robert A Fleischman

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    General CommentI never understood this song, but I liked how there were a lot of keyboard and guitar solos in it.
    DarkPooon May 10, 2006   Link
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    My InterpretationI suppose it's about either the love for a child or, my guess, the love for a child that has passed away, which would make sense since they sing I covered you with roses, and covered with joy to make their lifetime bog and bright...

    it could be either way though since the song was apparently written by Neal Schon's father...
    paultje81on October 27, 2016   Link

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