I will keep you warm
I'll keep the fire burning
Keep you dry in the storm
When winter is returning true to form,
I will keep you warm.
And you say you're insulated
But the flickering of your candle has revealed you
In a slightly different light.
So I'll hold you tightly as
the wind attacks;
And the power of my love will protect you
And fill up all the cracks.
When the cold comes creeping
down your chimney shaft
I'll build a fire of hickory to drive away
The unforgiving draft.
My love will be like brandywine
when you are cold
Let me take your cup and I will fill it
With as much as it can hold
© 1983 Paul Kaplan Music, ASCAP