Tony DiPofi

Tony DiPofi

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Blues - Chicago | New Glarus, Wisconsin, United States
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That feeling you get when you're with the one you love, safe and warm, and the contrast of bitter cold outside.

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07 Sarah In The Winter.txt
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Oct 18, 2017
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07 Sarah In The Winter.txt

Sarah
I see the snow light
In the eyes
That I love so
Sarah
I hear your voice
In the winter's wind
Whispering low
Sarah your smile
Is all I want to know
Let the frost paint the windows
Let that North wind blow
With each beating of our hearts
minutes into years
we watch our love grow
I turned around to
Hold you
In your soft flannel gown
With a kiss that warms like the sun
As the snow keeps coming down
Sarah
Oh Sarah come what may
Its Here beside you
here beside you
I will stay
And though your lips are quiet
your eyes give you away
And though it's so cold outside
15 below or so
My heart is melting
Like sun touched springtime snow
Sarah
Let the fire
Burn down soft and low
Let's pretend there's a world of stars
In our fireplace
As we watch the embers glow
Sarah
My Darling
Sarah
I love you so
Sarah
5/26/17
Music - Doug Sies- ASCAP
Lyrics - Tony DiPofi - BMI .

Song Length
4:10
Genre
Folk - Americana
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Peaceful, Relaxed

Subject Matter
Kissing, Relationship


Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Tony DiPofi
Music Credits Doug Sies
Producer Credits Redwing Productions, Jake Johnson, Paradyme Productions
Performance Credits Tony DiPofi, Doug Sies, Mark Gilmore, Tim Haack, Dale Ward, Bob Winkelman