A 1990’s Love Song Resurrected For The 16th Valentine’s Day Of The 21st Century

Living here in New Hampshire, it often seems that the winter we’re in the middle of is absolutely the worst winter ever.

(OMG! and WTF!)

The winter of 2015 is definitely in the running for that title.

But as the recent chain of grinding, bitterly cold days gains another link and the mountains of plowed, blown and shoveled snow lining the driveway stand poised to continue their climb to record heights, I am reminded…

…of a song.

The song is called “The Shelter Of Your Arms.”

I found the first draft of the lyrics to this song on pg. 12 of the second volume of my songwriting journals. The page was dated: 2/1/94.

Ah, yes, the inspirational winter of 1994.

I found a recording of the song on my 2003 CD, Love Songs (So Far…).

If you click on the blue link below – and wait for it – you can listen to the song.

“The Shelter Of Your Arms” – Words and Music, Guitar & Vocals by Eric Sinclair

Happy Valentine’s Day, 2015, to you and yours.

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One Response to A 1990’s Love Song Resurrected For The 16th Valentine’s Day Of The 21st Century

  1. Chuck says:

    Oops when I tap on the link it gives me a “file not found” message.

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