Well, you’ve been away some time —
I guess roaming suits you fine.
But Autumn’s coming on
You’ll need a warm place inside.
If you turn your back to the wind
and find you’re facing homeward,
you can camp here.
I can’t bear the thought
of you alone in the cold.
You can camp here.
Hey, if tonight it’s cold, I’ll burn
a light in the loft so you
can climb to the top to sleep.
No one will hear or see.
If the loft’s too cold, just knock
I’ll lay a bed on the floor, and if
the floor’s too cold, just feel
your way through the dark to me.
words and music by Nicholas Tozier
Creative Commons photo by Rob Ireton; edited by Tozier