"Weatherman" as written by and David Scott Lucas....
It's alright to love me, it's alright I swear
It's alright to love me, no need to beware
But it's alright to hate me, it's alright I swear
It's alright to hate me, because I ain't goin anywhere
No more near misses
No more bloodless kisses
We're petrified

And I said "I know
It's hard for you to let this anger go
To keep your rage in check and your heart in tow
It's hard for you to roll around
And make your angels in the ground
With all these tracks I've left out in the snow
It's hard for me to help you let us go
Because somehow you've become all that I know
I want to watch you roll around
And make those angles in the ground
Yeah I'm your weatherman calling for snow"

And it's alright to hate me, it's alright I swear
We're put through the paces
Of a million fruitless chases
But it's alright to love me, it's alright to care
It's alright, you've changed me, and I ain't goin anywhere
No more near misses
No more angry missives
We're petrified

And I said "I know
It's hard for you to let this anger go
You keep your love in check and your heart on hold
It's hard for you to roll around
And make those angels in the ground
With all these tracks I've left out in the snow
It's hard for me to help you let us go
Because somehow you've become all that I know
I want to watch you roll around
And make those angels in the ground
Yeah I'm your weatherman calling for snow"


Lyrics submitted by Stoney

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    General CommentBasically a great break up song about not being able to get over your ex. It's about trying really hard to be forgiven and giving love a second shot. Great song, great album.
    Stoneyon March 05, 2010   Link

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