"Nuclear Seasons" as written by Charlotte Aitchison, Zvi Ariel Rechtshaid and Louis Justin Raisen....
Let my car run out
Cars burn out
I wont scream or shout
Lost my breath now
Let's die together, no one lives forever (Cars burn out)
Let's die together, no one lives forever
Falling through the clouds
No one lives forever
Falling through the clouds
(‘Cause I feel like I'm in heaven, dancing) (No one lives forever)

When you go please don't leave your love in the sun
My heart would melt away
In the night with your twisted tongue
When you drop the bomb, I'm blown away

‘Cause I refuse to hide in a page of this story
I come out the box, I won't say I'm sorry

We in the nuclear season
In the shelter I survived the storm
We in the nuclear season
Summer lovin' in the backseat, gone

No facing this on my own
'Cause you taste the blast and it shook your bones
I'm a warrior all alone
In the field of lies, I wont go home

'Cause I didn't burn my skin in the blaze of glory
I come out your hands, I won't say I'm sorry

We in the nuclear season
In the shelter I survived the storm
We in the nuclear season
Summer lovin' in the backseat, gone

We survived nuclear seasons
We survived nuclear seasons

I can feel it, I can feel the fear
I can feel it, inside of her soul
Inside of us all

We in the nuclear season
In the shelter I survived the storm
We in the nuclear season
Summer lovin' in the backseat, gone

We survived nuclear seasons (Good times, dark nights)
We survived nuclear seasons (Good times, dark nights)
We survived nuclear seasons (Good times, dark nights)
We survived nuclear seasons (Good times, dark nights)


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"Nuclear Seasons" as written by Justin Raisen Ariel Rechtshaid

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    Song MeaningI think this song is about a very close to break-up relationship.

    The first verse describes the relationship when it's still together, "When you go please don’t leave your love in the sun."
    She then goes onto say that she is trying to fix their relationship without help from her boyfriend, "Now I'm facing this on my own."
    "I can feel the fear," they are both worried about the future of their relationship.
    The final verse sees her repeating, "we survived nuclear seasons," suggesting that they were able to mend their relationship in the end.

    "Nuclear seasons," refers to the period in their relationship which is very unstable.
    IfUSeekAmyon January 13, 2015   Link

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