They beat you up, they force you down against the snow
Sun's been further and the snow has benn harder
You know the sky's been greyer before
You know the winter has been colder
You know, 'cause you know those winters so well

All the parents and the kids are erased by the snowflakes
But you hear their trembling voices
They're gathering in the haze
And the fists and bony elbows force you
They beat you up so badly this time
But you know the darkness has been darker before
And that the shadows have been shorter
You know 'cause you know those winters so well

You remember all those winters
The snow drifts under your back
The blizzard is making tears in your eyes
And the strokes bruisers in your face
Soon, I guess, the summer comes around
From time to time it's better to be beaten up in the backyard
When the sun sets with a pink sky above



Lyrics submitted by psychocherry

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