Last December, I barely remember
Fell under the weather December
Oh, November, she was cold and damper
Rainier and colder was November
Sweet October, leaves falling all over
We fell again, all over our love

The seasons change and so do we from bitter cold to warm and free
From time the years go by but somehow it's still today

September harvest, we dug up our memories
Our deeply rooted memories
We canned all our memories in September
August sunshine drank up our cheap wine
Sipping each day until the month ran dry
Singing at the campfire, country fair in July
Passing songs around like photos of a child

The seasons change and so do we from bitter cold to warm and free
From time the years go by but somehow it's still today

June we signed our names in ink, we became a family
Low income family that got everything
May we shook off winter, April told us run away
May we run away for a little while

The seasons change and so do we from bitter cold to warm and free
From time the years go by but somehow it's still today

March planted all the seed
Tilled the dirt and pulled the weeds
And pulled the weeds until the dirt was clean
February, January, winter months that leave me weary
February, January, another whole year gone past already

The seasons change and so do we from bitter cold to warm and free
From time the years go by but somehow it's still today




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