It was cold, the fog unrelenting in its haze.
Alone in my ways, i feared i would be my own bane.
The roads twisted and turned, entangled into a maze,
Then, along came you, my sweet winter rain.
Unannounced, unprepared, you came down on me,
Of course i ran for shade; ‘twas all in vain.
It took my flailing heart no time to see –
You’re my very own winter rain.
Tore my fear to shreds, knocked down my locked door,
Your storm made my heart reign again.
With two left feet, i danced to the rhythm of your downpour.
Baby, you’re my life’s song, my first winter rain.
Now that i’m drenched by a dream so clear, so true,
I’ll wait for you to see the same.
Let me be your rainbow, your colours purple and blue,
Let me take away your pain, my lucid winter rain.