Story Behind The Song

Aunt miriam died, and took me with her. Years later as I read the lyrics, I realize, that I was really writing about myself, she and I were so much alike.

Song Description

Story describes memories, lovingly retold and framed in grief.

Song Length 3:28 Genre Pop - Easy Listening, New Age - Contemporary
Tempo Medium Slow (91 - 110) Lead Vocal Female Vocal
Mood Moving, Poignant Subject Sorrow, Spirituality
Similar Artists Sarah Mclachlan, Natalie Merchant Language English
Era 2000 and later


She was Spring to me.
Everything, good to me..
She loved Spring rains..
She chatted on like a Bluejay.
She was Spring to me;
She saw everything
with her eyes of love.
She was Spring to me.

She was Spring to me.
She loved her hands in the dirt
and with dirt on Her shirt,
She understood, that life is good.
She was Spring to me.
She forgot what was lesser,
remembered what was better.
She was Spring to me..

Can You see me here now at all?
I am trying to be brave...
I fear I may collapse into
the loving arms of Your grave...
You will always be Spring to me...
You are everything good to me..

© 2006 Miriam Monroe

Lyrics Miriam Monroe Music Miriam Monroe
Producer Steve Pfister Publisher n/a
Performance Miriam Monroe Label n/a

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