Seasons

  • Summer's gone
    It could not stay
    It ran it's path
    It's yesterday

    Like a moment's fire
    That lost it's burn
    It fade it fast
    And wont return

    [Chorus]
    So I walk on
    And make my memories
    And hope is not gone
    Because I still believe
    There's a reason for passing time
    These are the seasons of my life

    I've long for spring
    And the winter's cold
    I felt the sing
    Of the unknown
    My frozen heart
    Held me bound
    Until the time
    It turn around

    [Chorus]

    There more I live
    Then more I grows
    No more than this is
    Is all I know
    For time as run
    But I don't mind
    For life's begone
    Once more inside

    [Chorus] Writer/s: IYIOLA BABLOLA, LISA GREENE, TOM JONES, DARREN LEWIS
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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