"Wintergardens" as written by Jeremy Coleman, Paul Ferguson, Paul Vincent Raven and Kevin Walker....
Bleak are the hearts in summer, long wintertme
We are god children running, immortal child
Out on the chill horizon, shine morning stars
Configurations I'll remember herald one season always

Run, run, run, how we run
We cry like children
In wintergardens now.

Run, run, run, how we run
And play like children
In wintergardens now.

Cry for the pride in our wars, the tragedy
Lost in this blinding frenzy, all knowledge fades.
Crimes of humanity or courageous deeds?
No longer see injustice in self destruction always.

Visions of pna transforming, new heavens come
Eternal are the grey skies, gardens invert
Nightshades of Eden touch me, forever touch
No god has answered prayers here (except ourselves).

Run, run, run, how we run
We cry like children
In wintergardens now.

Run, run, run, how we run
And play like children
In wintergardens now.






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"Wintergardens" as written by Matthew Ferguson Jeremy Coleman

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    General CommentIs this song about environmental catastrophe?
    KillingJokeron December 21, 2006   Link
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    My InterpretationSounds like it's about nuclear winter; the lyrics are fairly oblique, but every other KJ song is about nuclear war in some way or another, and I feel this is the most likely interpretation.
    Bulgaroktonoson August 16, 2009   Link

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