Lyrics and Chords:
Written by Greg Connor
When the G days are short, and the C evening’s so D long
And the C wind is D shaking the G trees
When the cold snow crunches C beneath your D feet
And your C cheeks are D starting to G freeze
Light a C candle, D I’ll C be home G soon
On this C Solstice G night of the D year
The C Sun starts to G climb from D this evening G on
It’s the C darkest D time of the G year
When the G site of daylight has C all but D gone
And the C ground is D hard as G stone
When the dark of night just C goes on and D on
Stay C close to the D warmth of our G home
When the G dark of night, meets the C candle D light
And the C flame D flickers, and G glows
When the shadows dance on the C cold hollow D night
Rest C assured that D I’m coming G home
Your music is so gorgeous, so delicious, so moving. You really touch me, reaching in deep. Blessings to you!
Very pretty. Great mix.
Beautiful...very touching...sitting here playing along.
Well done, indeed!
Well done, now i wanta jam up some folk blues.
Your musical intuition is so good, both in the way you interweave instruments as well as in your mixing choices. Along the lines of Roger's comment - you paint pictures with music. The whistle is also fabulous in this!
That's really really good Greg, love that voice in the back ground.It paints a picture to me, snow, open log fire, a Scottish cottage with friends. Oh and a few glasses of Mulled wine !!
Nice song, I mean great song, wonderful song. I love it.
another beauty..this has a little Celtic feel to it....which I really like
You really know how to get to a guy who lives up at 59.6 degrees North latitude, don't you? Another winner!
Thats a real sweet tune of welcome home! gee, Greg .No-one does this better than you!
wonderful song of the home fires
Such a pretty melody, a song for now. The whistle is a great touch. Lovely stuff!