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"Fresh Static Snow" is the fifth track from Porter Robinson's debut studio album, Worlds. It features uncredited vocals from English Vocaloid AVANNA.

BackgroundEdit

The song was the first track on Worlds Robinson wrote using AVANNA. He wrote the melody first, then the lyrics.

In the album's Spotify commentary, Robinson said, "Fresh Static Snow, to me, is about this idea that I was really obsessed with when I was at my loneliest. About this idea that there necessarily exists a best, like, romantic partner for every person in the world, somewhere out there. ... There are billions of people out there, and ... you'll only meet a fraction of them, and, to me, the-the likelihood that you'll ever meet a person that will make you that happy is just infinitesimal. ... There's a very, very small chance of that, and ... if you really consider the idea that that person is out there and exists and is walking ... and, you know, the notion that you will never know each other, that really made me really sad, I think. And this song was ... me, like, dedicating something to whoever that-that person is. Maybe they'll hear it; how fucking cool would that be?"[1]

LyricsEdit

You'd fit perfectly to me, we'd end our loneliness, melt this curse away
Though I'll never know your name, I've cried for you the same
You'd fit perfectly to me, we'd end our loneliness, melt this curse away
Though I'll never know your name, I've cried for you the same

You'd fit perfectly to me, we'd end our loneliness, melt this curse away
Though I'll never know your name, I've cried for you the same
You'd fit perfectly to me, we'd end our loneliness, melt this curse away
Though I'll never know your name, I've cried for you the same

Melt this curse away
Cried for you the same

Don't move so lightly, static snow, that is your memory
Although I know we'll never meet, you're in every part of me

You'd fit perfectly to me, we'd end our loneliness, melt this curse away
Though I'll never know your name, I've cried for you the same

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