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Campfire Song

Come a little closer to the warmth and the light...

Campfire Song
The Icon Man Trio (L-R): Diane Soden-Groves – Vocals and concertina; Icon Man – Atmosphere and lighting; Timothy Soden-Groves – Vocals, guitar and harmonica
Down by the campfire hear the laughter and song
Ain’t no time to be alone, now the daylight’s gone
So you grab up your heart strings, you don’t need no more,
And you walk ‘em on down to the fire and the roar
 
            Chorus:

           Come a little closer to the warmth and the light
           Step into the circle, push back the night
           Circle of song, it’s the circle of life
           Circle of heart-to-heart, push back the night
 
Old one weavin’ a tale: Fly like a bird
Wide-eyed kids sit quiet, hang on every word
Hear the old-time stories again, sing the old-time songs
Lift your dreams to the starry sky, up where they belong
 
           Chorus
 
Let the fire go down, let the embers burn low
May your heart be full now, may your love light grow
 
           Chorus
"White Pine" words and Music by Timothy Soden-Groves, hereby donated to the Public Domain. No Rights Reserved.
"Just Like in Your Town" video by Diane and Timothy Soden-Groves, also hereby donated to the Public Domain. No Rights Reserved. Power to the hearts of the people!

2 comments on “Campfire Song

  1. Sandy Olin

    Wow! That brought me joy! What’s your little electronic guy doing in the background? He should be out on the deck freezing his little electronica parts. Anyway, thank you for making me feel better tonight.

    Liked by 1 person

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