"Snow in Summer" as written by Robert James Smith, Simon Gallup, Porl Thompson, Laurence Andrew Tolhurst and Boris Williams....
High up on this mountain
Oh the whole world looks so small
All the rivers run away
Slipping in your deep green heart
I drink you as I swim

And I'm sliding, and I'm sliding with you
Slide beneath my skin

Sleek and deep and salty sweet
You open up in me
Just like the snow in summer

High up on this mountain
Oh the whole world looks so small
All the rivers run away
Slipping in your soft white heart
I drink you as I swim

And I'm falling, and I'm falling with you
Fall beneath my skin

Sleek and deep and salty sweet
You come and close in me
Just like the snow in summer
Just like the snow in summer
As it melts into the sea
As it melts into the sea

Snow in summer
Snow in summer
Snow in summer


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"Snow in Summer" as written by Laurence Andrew Tolhurst Boris Williams

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    General CommentThis song is a B side of "Just Like Heaven" and I think that the two songs go hand in hand. Robert Smith was never fully satisfied with this song (he said the lyrics didn't meld just right), but for a B side, it really rocks. "Just Like Heaven" was kind of about a dream girl that had vanished (or died)--perhaps this one is about that similar love when it was still around and alive.
    theexplodinggirlon January 09, 2005   Link
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    General Commentone of the best not so famous Cure-songs
    Cure.on August 28, 2007   Link

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