Summer air reminds me of all the feelings of your love,
And what it was like when we were together,
Walking all along the beach, you were never far from my reach,
And you held me through the stormy weather,

[Chorus]
And I want to fall in love tonight,
And I remember when you said "everything's gonna be alright"

Laying in the summer grass, you told me not to talk so fast,
As I told you how I feel,
You made me feel right at home,
You told me I was not alone and you knew just how I feel,

[Chorus]

I know we talked about it, I just can't get around it,
I just want one more night with you,

[Chorus]

October air reminds me of all the seasons of your love,
And what it was like when we were together
The smell of fall is everywhere and though it seems,
I just don't care, 'cause now you've gone away,

[Chorus]


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    I LOVE THIS SONG!!! IT'S SOOOOO GOOOD!!

    SeAmLeSson January 05, 2002   Link
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    this song is awsome. its about a guy that really likes this girl, but for some reason they're not together, but he still loves her anyway.

    kariguidoon February 05, 2002   Link
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    a great line in this song reminds me of my boyfriend Tim, we got together at the end of October - "October air reminds me of all the seasons of your love"

    bernzon February 07, 2002   Link
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    This song means so much to me. The lyrics are so powerful it deff is a tear jerker :*)

    PlattGCon February 24, 2002   Link
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    this song is soooo good!! i think it's about someone that is in love with someone that they are no longer with - this is them reminising about special times throughout the seasons of the year!! it's soo true!!

    kateypooon February 27, 2002   Link
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    why dont bands like this get airplay ... they kick booty!! :)

    NIKKIEon March 14, 2002   Link
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    its true certain smells and seosons bring back memories ... even songs ... hmmmm

    NIKKIEon March 14, 2002   Link
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    this song rocks.. definitly a hit on my list!!

    xXxGCchick182xXxon April 11, 2002   Link
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    this song is cute. i love good charlotte.

    So_Impossibleon April 11, 2002   Link
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    this song is AMAZING. I t does not get better. cuz EVERYTHINGS GONNA BE ALRIGHT.

    holysweeton April 14, 2002   Link

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