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Sometimes In Winter
by Blood Sweat And Tears

Sometimes in Winter
I gaze into the streets
And walk through snow and city sleet
Behind your room
Sometimes in Winter
Forgotten memories
Remember you behind the trees
With leaves that cried
By the window once I waited for you
Laughing slightly you would run
Trees alone would shield us in the meadow
Makin' love in the evening sun
Now you're gone girl
And the lamp posts call your name
I can hear, them
In the spring of frozen rain
Now you're gone girl
And the time's slowed down till dawn
It's a cold room and the walls ask
Where you've gone
Sometimes In Winter
I love you when the good times
Seem like mem'ries int he spring
That never came
Sometimes In Winter
I wish the empty streets
Would fill with laughter from the tears
That ease my pain

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Written by: STEVEN E KATZ

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EVE kilburn

I Love this song. Brings back so many beautiful memories of winter 1969. Takes me back whenever I listen to it.

Susan Richardson

Me too. 1969 was the best year of my life!

Dylan Gatenby

Fabulous song by Blood Sweat and Tears. Such a gorgeous piece of music. Love the horns and the drums included on this track.

Randy Harris

My most favorite piece. First heard it on Clemson U's student radio station, the great 88.1FM WSBF back in the early '70s.

David Eyre

only in recent years has a line in this song brought back haunting memories of my first girlfriend. in late 1971 I saved up money from my dishwashing job to surprise her with a brand new Schwinn Varsity bike for Christmas. I brought it in her front door on Christmas day expecting her to be thrilled. She wasn't and her Mom told me I needed to take it back. I was stunned and couldn't believe what was happening. I thought we had a commitment to each other but while away at college 80 miles away, she had been going out with other guys. I dreamt of riding bikes together in the spring and summer of 1972 with her. That dream was gone. The line - "Sometimes in Winter, I love you when the good times seem like memories in the spring that never came...."


This is the saddest song ever...

RJ McAllister

1969. The middle eight on this one still devastates. The walls still want to know.

Trans/Am Lovr

Cruising my Chevy around on a cold winter day. Sweet

Trans/Am Lovr

@Craig McIntosh Those memories ❤️

Craig McIntosh

My best buddy in high school had a chevy convertible with an 8 track, we'd cruise around and listened to this album endlessly, I always repeated this song!

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