A SONG FOR EVERY SEASON

WINTER SONG

If you’d have my thoughts you should wear them like gloves:
They’ll keep warm the palms that carry my heart

If you’d have my whispers you should wear them like a scarf:
They’ll tickle neck-kisses that I left behind

If you’d have my dreams you should wear them like a hat:
They’ll buzz through your ears and dazzle your head

If you’d have my smiles you should wear them like a sweater:
They’ll cover you in sun rays on a snowy weather

AUTUMN SONG

If you’d have my blues you should wear them like a raincoat:
They’ll dry up the crying rains, but still leave you soaked

If you’d have my fancies you should wear them like an umbrella:
They’ll bubble you in stories of the Prince and Cinderella

If you’d have my desires you should wear them like a jacket:
They’ll be tailored for your body, fit-perfect for the pockets

SPRING SONG

If you’d have my frowns you should wear them like a shirt:
They’ll be light and flirting, but gone with the playful wind

If you’d have my cares you should wear them like jeans:
They’ll keep safe company, by any chance or means.

SUMMER SONG

If I’d have your love I would wear it like a skirt:
I’ll turn and turn in circles, while it flies around the world,
To the moon and forth, across the universe and far beyond