The gray ceiling on the earth
Well it's lasted for a while
Take my thoughts for what they're worth
I've been acting like a child
In your opinion, and what is that?
It's just a different point of view

What else, what else can I do?
I said I'm sorry, yeah I'm sorry.
I said I'm sorry , but what for?
If I hurt you then I hate myself
Don't want to hate myself, don't want to hurt you
Why do you chew your pain?
If you only knew how much I love you, love you

[Chorus]
I won't be your winter
And I won't be anyone's excuse to cry
We can be forgiven
And I will be here

The old picture on the shelf
Well it's been there for a while
A frozen image of ourselves
We were acting like a child
Innocent and in a trance
A dance that lasted for a while

You read my eyes just like your diary,
Oh remember, please remember
Well, I'm not a beggar, but what's more
If I hurt you, then I hate myself,
I don't want to hate myself don't want to hurt you
Why do you chew that pain?
If you only knew how much I love you, no

Well I won't be your winter
I won't be anyone's excuse to cry
And We can be forgiven
And I will be here

[Chorus]


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Your Winter Lyrics as written by Jeff Beres Andrew Copeland

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    General CommentTo me, "I won't be your winter; I won't be anyone's excuse to cry".. is kind of about two people who really like each other, but one of them realize's they won't last together..
    sprklenshimr025on July 06, 2003   Link

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