"First Love" as written by Goapele K. Mohlabane, Jeffrey Bhasker, Michael Louis Aaberg and Errol Cooney....
As summer was ending, you were walking in
It seemed my life was falling
But in this season we were friends
Six days into spring, is where our story begins
You didn't rush a thing,
But you knew you would win

I never thought you'd be the only one
I dreamt of fairy tales ,that's how we begun
But I was waiting for some magical moment,
That would prove to me, forever would be fine,
Meanwhile my first love, was standing first in line

One of the first times I didn't feel alone,
Is when I was in your arms
You always made me feel at home
We watched the sunrise,cause the night had slipped away
And from then until now, we've been through some different phases
But you love the winter, love the challenge,
Always managed to think that we would make it


So let me get used to things, cause gradual's my name
I don't dive into the cold, I get in slow
But every day, I'm making peace with loving you,
Peace with being me
Any pieces of us
I claim them all today


Lyrics submitted by raburns

"First Love" as written by Goapele Mohlabane Jeff Bhasker

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, MISSING LINK MUSIC

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    General CommentTI love this song! I think the lyrics are simple . The song is about her First love and how they met, and love was unexpected. I think that the portion of the song about the seaons is metaphorical for her emotions or seasons in her life. "but you love the winter, love the challenge,
    always managed to think that we would make it". Winter represents a rough patch or difficult phase for the relationship that he is willing to fight through and be there at the end of the day. The song ends with her talking about how she is slowly letting her wall down and accepting the happiness that love is giving her.
    Lola1n2on June 30, 2010   Link

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