remember winter?
we looked so young then
it felt like summer
as cold hit our skin
and as the sun drowned
we'd watch the moon rise
and as the night froze, we'd live out our lives.
but winter ends, and new leaves grow and now i'll never never never let this go.
the way it felt when things turned cold, our bodies freezing as our hearts turned cold.
when i would talk talk talk you were always there to listen to everything i had to explain, which would mean nothing at all. and i thank you, i thank you for that. and i love you, i love you for that


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    General CommentIt sounds like he had a good friend who moved away, or they went on separate paths. "but winter ends, and new leaves grow and now I'll never never never let this go. The way it felt when things turned cold, our bodies freezing as our hearts turned cold." When a good friend of yours moves away, or you part separate ways you often feel bitter or "cold". He reveals he misses that person though when he thanks her/him for just listening to what he had to say even if it wasn't important.
    Fagtronon March 09, 2010   Link
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    General CommentI've just heard this song like yesterday and immediately fell in love with it. So rad.
    cookie hearton March 28, 2009   Link
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    General Commentmy best friend said this song reminds him of me.
    we spent a lot of time together last winter and i think that really explains why.
    he sorta had a crush on me and those were the best days of my life.
    whoagigiohon December 11, 2009   Link
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    General CommentBEAUTIFUL SONG!
    i love cyclist
    BearsAndBeetson March 31, 2010   Link
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    General CommentSuch an awesome song. Probably their best.
    criminologyon May 02, 2010   Link

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