David Bryce

David Bryce

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Pop - General | Thousand Oaks, California, United States
Total Song Plays: 14,573   
Member Since: 2005
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Plays:

60

Story Behind the Song

This song was written and mostly performed by my friend Ralph Warnock. We recorded it in my studio and I'm hosting it on my site for him. Please ignore the fact that the player says I'm the artist....I was just the recording engineer and a studio musician.

Lyrics

Take me back to Christmas in New England
To the comforting traditions that warm the winter air
All the old, familiar faces offer glad hearted embraces
Gathered round the ageless evergreen that's lighted in the square.

The church is filled with families at midnight
And sweet angelic voices --- ascending from the choir
While every child's eyes are glowing --- every Mom and Dad smile knowing
There'll be secret sleepless hours before they drift off by the fire

These memories of Christmas scenes --- the joy we bring's the gift that we receive
And this all we'll ever want and everything that we could need
In these reveries of Christmas dreams sometimes it seems so easy to believe
That maybe for a day at least --- we can live in love and hope and peace

These granite hills are echoing the feeling
That's closer to contentment than any feeling I have known
So take me back to Christmas in New England
It's the only place I'll ever call my own
It's the only place I'll ever call my home

Song Length
4:54
Genre
Unique - Holiday
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Mood
Blissful


Lyric Credits Ralph Warnock
Music Credits Ralph Warnock
Producer Credits David Bryce
Performance Credits Ralph Warnock - vocals/piano/cello/English Horn, Dave Bryce - Hammond organ