The spring air makes me alive
The rain washes away
I'm given another chance
But I hope the leaves don't die in the end

What's the use in surviving?
If we'll only lose the fight

Thanks for the experience
One time's not enough
I learned a lot through your actions
It never was so opposite

Right now I still feel lonely
But a new season will come

And now the leaves are dying
The winter air is here
I knew that this would happen
But not so soon

What's the use in surviving?
If we'll only lose the fight

Thanks for the experience
One time's not enough
I learned a lot through your actions
It never was so opposite

Right now I still feel lonely
But a new season will come

I want to breathe, the fresh air again
But the time has passed
So I will enjoy this, fresh winter air
Until the new season

Right now I am indifferent
I never felt so warm before


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    General Commentthis is one of my favorite abreaction songs. i like it when he says "whats the use in surviving, if we'll only lose the fight..." thats how i feel about things sometimes. but in any case. i think it is about dealing with bad situations, you have all of these things that remind you of the person, like his examples were the leaves dying and the air, and then he says something about enjoying the fresh winter air, this means to me that he just has to deal and make the situation he is in a good situation. then you will feel warm as he did at the end.
    Gh_osTon September 21, 2002   Link
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    General Commentit is gorgeous. i agree with ghost, i think it is about dealing. i think that he had been dreading it very much, and he thought he couldn't make it but then at the very end he realizes that he is okay, but that is surprising to him because he has felt so sad and he didn't know that he could feel this warm. yay for this song.
    crayonon June 17, 2003   Link

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