"Summerbreeze" as written by and John Engelbert....
Once a failure, always a retard
Go through the books just dream
I went to school with an offer for my teacher
He thought, please don't look down on me
But I will, oh oh oh oh

Well I don't care about your modern decoration
In your home so why should you care about mine
I've had enough of this comfort conversation
In my mind you're all retards anyhow

'Cause if you think love will come towards you
Like a warm summerbreeze
You got your head among the clouds
And you will never be free
You'll spend
Many nights alone
I know

If you don't feel the way I do it don't matter
'Cause, I'll never know how you feel
But if you do then sure I'd be flattered
In my mind it's all different anyhow

I think love will come towards me
Like a warm summerbreeze
I got my head among the clouds
And I will never be free
I'll spend
Many nights alone
I know
I know
'Cause I have and I will.


Lyrics submitted by craz1

"Summerbreeze" as written by John Engelbert

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

Lyrics powered by LyricFind

Summerbreeze song meanings
Add your thoughts

1 Comment

sort form View by:
  • +1
    My InterpretationI think the narrator of this song used to be bullied. "Once a failure, always a retard": he once did something wrong and ever since he's been called a retard by classmates. The offer to his teacher would be a question to stop the bullying, but the teacher felt powerless, hence the "don't look down on me". He's disliked others ever since ("you're all retards anyhow").

    He's basically acting high and mighty in the first half. He feels he's superior over others, giving out unsolicited advice and basically predicting others' lives (the whole chorus, basically). After the first chorus he starts changing. "If you don't feel the way I do, it don't matter" seems antisocial, but the third line in that verse, "I'd be flattered", seems to bring a change in attitude. And by the last verse he realizes he's not better and that he's fallen in the trap he told others not to fall in.
    TheDistractedon February 08, 2012   Link

Add your thoughts

Log in now to tell us what you think this song means.

Don’t have an account? Create an account with SongMeanings to post comments, submit lyrics, and more. It’s super easy, we promise!

Back to top
explain