"Winter Is All Over You" as written by Klara Maria S�derberg and Johanna Kajsa S�derberg....
Well you drove off in the summer rain
I waved to you like a sleeping dream
Told me to stay callous if someone bothered me
"The Eiffel Tower, the marching band
But I'm sure you wouldn't understand"
I just hope you don't stay gone

Don't leave this world to me

I saw your mother at the department store
She looked innocent like a still-born
But all I could think about was the sting
Since you've gone nothing's been the same
The wind don't sing and the sky's so dim
I've seen her staring up to it saying

Don't leave this world to me

When the winter calls to war
When the spring sets in once more
When the summer starts to sing
When the fall comes marching in
You'll leave this world to me


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"Winter Is All Over You" as written by Johanna Kajsa Soederberg Johanna Kajsa S�derberg

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    General CommentBeautiful. It's soothing to listen to the music and heartbreaking to listen to words. I think it's about a youth who goes off to war and won't be coming back.
    ladyfrommarson April 10, 2011   Link
  • +1
    General CommentI adore this song.
    I think it's about someone who's been left and pines after their lover. The seasons bring floods of nostalgia, winter especially. The person who left may have been in a search to find themselves and discover the world-without the help of the speaker, as demonstrated in the quote,
    "the eiffel tower, the marching band
    but i'm sure you wouldn't understand"
    it seems like the speaker doesn't really understand and feels only the pain of their love's leaving and hope of their return.
    jujeruthmon August 19, 2011   Link
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    General Comment*to the words
    ladyfrommarson April 10, 2011   Link

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