Treasure Island

Angelica Duardo

(September 1987 / San Diego California)

Changing Seasons


Why are you scared of changing?
Are you afraid of it?
Can you see a year
Is made of changing seasons?

We’re so afraid of changing
But we don’t realize
That we change with every day
And every step we take away

Don’t hide yourself inside
That empty room, your soul
Just go outside and take a ride
And be set free

Make changing seasons
Take all your chances
And just remember that

Changing seasons
Will make it better
Don’t feel rejected
It’ll all be better,
It'll all be better,
Soon

Don’t be afraid of failing
It’s only natural
We’re all supposed to cry
Once in a while,
Only once in a while

After the cold, there’s warmth
After my love, there’s more
Just go ahead, remember
Things won’t always feel the same

There’s always changing seasons
One after the other
There’s always changing seasons
They’re here to make it better every time

Cause,
Changing seasons
Will make it better
Don’t feel neglected
It’ll all be better,
It'll all be better,
Soon

Submitted: Wednesday, May 21, 2008
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