Ice Rain could be a gentle reminder to respect the multi-faceted 'water of life', and in tolerance, the people we love.
How many times have you been locked in a stand-off with the one you love, simply because they turned emotionally frigid?
(Released as a singleÂ 22 March 2012)
Verse 1 : I stare at the pale blue sky, shrouded by the still air
I tell you the truth, I try, but you donâ€™t seem to care.
Chorus : The chill ravages my body from the coldness of your voice
The words fall down like ice rain on barren land
Frozen on this hand.
Verse 2 : I stare blindly in your eyes (their) lacking in compassion.
This well is almost dry, itâ€™s time to take a break.
Bridge : The rain is rapidly falling, I want to blink it away.
I sense an episode coming, this is not the time to see who plays fair.
And when you smile, youâ€™re warm for awhile
Then the unforgiven is unforgotten.
End : The chill ravages my body from the coldness of your voice
The words fall no more, fall no more; this time you smile for me forever!
Spoken Words : Water is by nature kind, ice by nature cuts, its vapours burn.
And when we crush with scorching words those we love
We cut and burn them.
Tolerance and temperance are virtues of a good heart.
Respect the water, respect one another.