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treble, songworm

What you mean "we" feel the weight of the wheel?

When the author of the line

But we who feel the weight of the wheel when winter falls over our world

writes

winter eventually does come, even to Arizona; our past few weeks of 70-degree days and 45-degree nights have taken their toll

people in, say, Buffalo, could be forgiven for thinking "What you mean 'we'?"
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As a New Yorker (and while we don't get Boston winters, much less Chicago, we certainly get -real- winters, and I tend to visit Boston once or twice during Winter), it doesn't bother me.

Possibly because the lyric refers to a metaphorical winter.