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Judy Collins

Grandaddy look at the gypsies dancing in the firelight
Burning so brightly
How do they keep themselves warm on such a night
See all the fiddlers twirling while he plays his violin
Laughing and shouting
Have you seen anything like it in all your life

Grandma was cold and chide when we get in
She'll want to know what we've done and where we've been
Promise me you'll never tell, ya know your secret's safe with me
I can be trusted
Wrap me up in your winter coat
Wrap me up so tight
I never will feel the cold
I'll be safe tonight

Can we go down to the railroad track and watch the train go by
Shining like silver
I hear the whistle, the train is on it's way
Hold me up over your shoulder so that I can see the light
Over the pine trees
How I would like to go riding on the train

Tell me the story again about the time you went away
You went to Chicago, no one knew where you were
Why did you ever come back here after you had run away
I'm glad you did sir
Wrap me in your winter coat
Wrap me up so tight
I never will feel the cold
I'll be safe tonight

When you were young you sailed up on the sea.
Wrap me up in your winter coat,
Wrap me up so tight,
I never will feel the cold.
I'll be warm tonight

Grandaddy tell me the names of all the stars up in the sky
Is there a heaven?
Do you think there is a life after we die?
Why do some people have all the gold and silver they can spend?
Others have nothing.
It isn't fair and I've always wondered why.

Can I hold the match while you light your pipe?
I love the smell of tobacco in the air.
Tell me again about how it was before I came to be
In the old country

Wrap me up in your winter coat
Wrap me up so tight
I never will feel the cold
I'll be warm tonight

Wrap me up in your winter coat
Wrap me up so tight
I never will feel the cold
I'll be warm tonight

Written by COLLINS, JUDY
Published by Universal Music Publishing Group

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