Don Coyne, Songwriter

Don Coyne, Songwriter

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Pop - General | Los Angeles, California, United States
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Song Description

It's Christmas time and the weather outside is frightful, but she is warm and cozy in her lover's arms. Being together like this is their present from above.

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Lyrics

THE WARMTH OF YOUR LOVE
(At Christmas Time)

Winter winds may blow and blow,
Whistling through the whirling snow,
Let old Mother Nature play, her game today, from clouded skies above,
As long as I have THE WARMTH OF YOUR LOVE.

This Christmas brought us sleet and ice.
But we've got our paradise,
Hidden in our hideaway, this holiday, that's all I'm thinkin' of,
As long as I have THE WARMTH OF YOUR LOVE.

Stockings are hung carefree..
Presents surround the tree.
So pretty there, but can't compare
To the gift of you with me.

I hope the skies will never clear,
So that I can keep you here,
Everything's a pretty sight, when painted white, by snowflakes from above,
As long as I have THE WARMTH OF YOUR LOVE.

Come here to me,
This is how we should be,
Just cuddled close, as warm as toast,
In perfect harmony.

We must have been on Santa's list;
He couldn't grant a greater wish.
It's like we've been sent a sign, at Christmas time, a present from above,
As long as I have THE WARMTH OF YOUR LOVE,
THE WARMTH OF YOUR LOVE.



THE WARMTH OF YOUR LOVE (At Christmas Time). Music & Lyrics by Don Coyne. Copyright 2020.

Song Length
4:02
Genres
Unique - Holiday, Pop - Classic
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Moods
Blissful, Delightful

Subject Matter
Holidays, Madly In Love

Similar Artists
Norah Jones, Rihanna
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Don Coyne
Music Credits Don Coyne