#03457
Come In You're Out (David Blackmore) video
#1618: YouTube video by NLTreasure
©2014 ~ Used with permission ~

Come in, you're out,
you're out there in the storm,
Come in, you're out, we have it nice and warm;
Come in, you're out, the wind is getting high,
Well, you better come in, me son,
to where she's warm and dry.

Dear old Port aux Basques,
that's where I come from,
Stormy winter nights are never any fun;
Living by the sea with the briny winter wind,
Better batten down the hatches, boys,
the storm is coming again.

Come in, you're out,
you're out there in the storm,
Come in, you're out, we have it nice and warm;
Come in, you're out, the wind is getting high,
Well, you better come in, me son,
to where she's warm and dry.

South coast of Newfoundland
storms pound on the shore,
The wind comes whistling in
through everybody's door;
A blizzard raging on,
and me father's got the gout,
Dere's the knocking on da door,
come on in, me son, you're out.

Come in, you're out,
you're out there in the storm,
Come in, you're out, we have it nice and warm;
Come in, you're out, the wind is getting high,
Well, you better come in, me son,
to where she's warm and dry.

Granny's in her rocking chair,
thinking about the worse.
No power for the hockey game
is enough to make me curse;
Another gust of wind just
hit the side of the house,
Dere's the knocking on da door,
come on in, me son. you're out.

Come in, you're out,
you're out there in the storm,
Come in, you're out, we have it nice and warm;
Come in, you're out, the wind is getting high,
Well, you better come in, me son,
to where she's warm and dry.

I called out to me mudder
to make me a cup of tea,
I didn't hear a sound from her,
I had to go and see;
She was locked outside,
don't know how that come about,
So I unlocked da door,
come in, me mudder, you're out.

Come in, you're out,
you're out there in the storm,
Come in, you're out, we have it nice and warm;
Come in, you're out, the wind is getting high,
Well, you better come in, me son,
to where she's warm and dry.

Come in, you're out,
you're out there in the storm,
Come in, you're out, we have it nice and warm;
Come in, you're out, the wind is getting high,
Well, you better come in, me son,
to where she's warm and dry.

"Come in, Mudder! Whatcha doin' out dere,
my dear? Come in!"

####.... David Blackmore of Port aux Basques, NL, and Halifax, Nova Scotia © All Rights Reserved ....####
Recorded by David Blackmore (Dear Old Port Aux Basques, trk#1, 2007 CD, Independent).

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