"Sleep in the Snow" as written by Ryan William Key, Sean Michael Wellman-mackin, Ryan Michael Mendez and Longineu Warren Parsons....
I took a flight, headed north
I wasn't waiting anymore
And there I was, hoping high
If I could only make you mine

I was safe in my fortress alone
Then you came and tore it all down

I wanted to show you the depth of this dream
The one where I see you and fall finally
But you're like the winters that you've always known
Warm on the inside while I sleep in the snow

I took a flight, headed home
And maybe now we'll never know
But I would lose everything
If it would bring you back to me

I was safe in my fortress alone
Then you came and tore it all down

I wanted to show you the depth of this dream
The one where I see you and fall finally
But you're like the winters that you've always known
Warm on the inside while I sleep in the snow

I've always run right through the moments that count
But somehow with you I slowed down
And whatever happened that drove you away
I know now I can't make you stay

I wanted to show you the depth of this dream
The one where I see you and fall finally
But you're like the winters that you've always known
Warm on the inside while I

Wanted to show you all of my dreams
Things that I buried and no one could see
But you're like the winters that you've always known
Warm on the inside while I sleep in the snow


Lyrics submitted by Skoobasteve24

"Sleep in the Snow" as written by Ryan Michael Mendez Longineu Warren Parsons

Lyrics © Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.

Lyrics powered by LyricFind

Sleep in the Snow song meanings
Add your thoughts

1 Comment

sort form View by:
  • +1
    General CommentI'm thinking this is about how you build yourself a "fortress" to keep yourself safe from heartbreak. If you never try, then you cannot fail. He prefered the pain of being alone to the pain of being hurt again.

    Then he decides to try again.
    Belgarion262on March 14, 2014   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