Early Winter

Album: The Sweet Escape (2006)
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  • You, you know how to get me so low
    My heart had a crash when we spoke
    I can't fix what you broke
    And you, you always have a reason
    Again and again this feelin'
    Why do I give in?

    And I always was, always was one for cryin'
    I always was one for tears

    The sun's getting cold; it's snowin'
    Looks like an early winter
    For us
    Looks like an early winter
    For us
    An early winter
    Oh, I need you to turn me over

    It's said the map of the world is on you
    The moon gravitates around you
    The seasons escape you

    And I always was, always was one for cryin'
    I always was one for tears
    No, I never was, I never was one for lyin'
    You lied to me all these years

    The sun's getting cold; it's snowin'
    Looks like an early winter
    For us
    Looks like an early winter
    For us
    An early winter
    Oh, I need you to turn me over

    Why? Why do you act so stupid?
    Why? You know that I'm always right

    It looks like an early winter
    For us
    It hurts, and I can't remember sunlight
    An early winter
    For us
    The leaves are changing color
    For us
    (It gets too much, it gets so much)
    Starting over and over, and over again
    (It gets too much, it gets so much)
    Starting over and over, and over again
    (It gets too much, it gets so much)
    Well, it looks like an early winter
    For us
    (It gets too much, it gets so much)
    It looks like an early winter
    For us Writer/s: Gwen Renee Stefani, Timothy James Rice-Oxley
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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