I found this thread, and rather than starting a new one on the same subject, I thought I'd ask for your help and hope you've heard this one before, maybe!
I haven't heard it for more than a few years. I'm sure I used to hear it on a country radio station, or an easy listening radio station... but I've called both, gave them what I could recall of the lyrics and I was told by both places that it didn't sound like anything they played. (Then again, it was SUNG at them, and yeah... my singing isn't very pretty.)
I'd love to find this song and get it or the lyrics for my grandparents. Here's what I remember... it isn't much..
One bit: "grandpa sits in his rocking chair... grandma is tired, silver in her hair.. looking back, I can clearly see.. they were the world to me."
Another bit: "cold winter's night, safe from the storm.. grandpa and me, arms kept me warm.."
And that's all I've got. It's a song that reminds me of my own grandparents so, so much. I'd love your help if you recognize it?