"Grandma's Quilts" as written by and Judy Welden Terrance Alan....

Grandma's quilts are homemade treasures
Mine brings joy that I can't measure
'Specially when it keeps me warm at night
When your quilt's been stitched with love & pleasure
Each day's burdens seem so light

Grandma's quilts are built to last
Heirlooms of the past
Grandma's quilts are carefully sewn with love
You know it was you she was thinkin' of
As she planned and stitched
Oh, how I wish Grandma's quilts
Would last forever

Amy took her quilt to college
Found that more than books give knowledge
Love of family? that can't be beat
Lyin' 'neath her quilt she made a pledge
She would never know defeat

Sister Kari joined the Navy
Found the quilt that Grandma made
She always shared but still her heart was torn
When her hard-up friend just had a baby
She lent her quilt to keep that baby warm


Mikey's quilt was for his birthday
He used to plead for Dad's in the worst way
Bad dreams would fade as Dad's quilt lay on his head
Grandma learned about this and hurriedly
Made a quilt for his own bed

Oh, how I wish Grandma's quilts would last forever

Lyrics: Judy Welden
Music: Terrance Alan

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