SONG FOR A WINTER'S NIGHT:Gordon Lightfoot. Top of the charts in 1964. #1. G D Em C The lamp is burnin' low upon my table top, G D G D The snow is softly falling. G D Em C The air is still within the silence of my room, G D G I hear your voice softly calling. #2. D C D If I could only have you near, Bm Em Am D To breathe a sigh or two, G D Em C I would be happy just to hold the hands I love.. G D G D on this winter's night with you. #3. The smoke is rising in the shadows overhead, My glass is almost empty. I read again between the lines upon the page, The words of love you sent me. #4. If I could know within my heart That you were lonely too I would be happy just to hold the hands I love Upon this winter night with you. #5. The fire is dying now, my lamp is growing dim The shades of night are lifting The mornin' light steals across my windowpane Where webs of snow are drifting. #6. If I could only have you near To breathe a sigh or two I would be happy just to hold the hands I love G D B7 And to be once again with you. G D G and to be once again with with you. A sixties smash from Kraziekhat.