When I'm In Your Arms

by Fawn Fritzen

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A bouncy 1920s-inspired love song, featuring brushes played on a vintage suitcase plus a whistling solo


When I’m in your arms
Hours seem to disappear
When you hold me close
And you whisper in my ear
In this bewitching place
Time’s gone without a trace
When I’m in your arms
When I’m in your arms

When I’m in your arms
Your spell is so profound
I am deaf to all the world
Gabriel’s trumpet call could sound
There’s magic in this place
Right here in your embrace
When I’m in your arms
When I’m in your arms
Where does the time go?
Sighing and smiling in your glow
When I go, my eyes will cry
And back to you my heart must fly

When I’m in your arms
I don’t see the world at all
I’m so lost and I’m so blind
The sky could crumble, it could fall
I’m spellbound by your gaze
I’m in a foggy daze
When I’m in your arms
When I’m in your arms


released April 14, 2014
Fawn Fritzen - vocals & whistling
Daniel Janke - upright bass
Paul Lucas - guitar
Ken Searcy - brushes on vintage suitcase



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Fawn Fritzen Whitehorse, Yukon

Fawn’s voice is warm, rich, and willingly vulnerable, with hints of Karen Carpenter, Julie London, and Barbra Streisand. A multilingual artist, she is the winner of the 2014 Julian Award for Emerging Canadian Jazz Artists.

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