"Winter Rose/Love Awake" as written by and Paul Mccartney....
All through the summer I have followed you around
Bringing a rose for the winter that's coming
Now the snow is on the ground.
Winter rose.

Winter rose.
Shine your light in the air.
Winter rose.
Winter rose.

Skine your light everywhere.
Love awake. Toll the bell.
Tell the world how glad you are.
Love awake to the day

When we can make our love awake.
Lord knows we need it any time we can get it.
But if we forget it every now and then.
But if you don't feel it, later on you'll regret it.

And if we let it we could set it free, you and me.
Love awake.
Tone the bell.
Tell the world how glad you are.

Love awake to the day
When we can make our love awake.
Snowfalls in the winter,
Spring brings the rain.

But it's never to long before the summer comes again.
It always comes again!
Love awake.


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"Winter Rose/Love Awake" as written by Paul Mccartney

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    General CommentOMG!!! I cant elieve nobody has commentd on this song! its so sweet!
    apotheosis23on July 14, 2005   Link
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    General CommentThe first part of this song (Winter rose) is rather great. I think it's a shame it was stuck together with the second part (love awake).

    I think the Winter Rose part is about someone having a secret love and his/her wanting to bring this person a token of his/her love in the form of something that brings beauty and solace. At the same time it's expressing the melancholy that comes with the passing of good times, thinking back on them and realising they never last.

    In my opinion, the melody and the lyrics of Winter Rose fit together very well. They both express melancholy and beauty in a rather sensitive way.
    Krtskion January 03, 2006   Link

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