Christmas Without You

Album: single release only (2020)
Charted: 43
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  • Lights on the trees under fallen snow
    You get a bit closer when the winter's cold
    Now I can't wait 'til you're by my side
    All of the best gifts, you just can't buy

    Wherever you go, you light up the room
    I hope that you'll make it back home soon
    'Cause it won't feel like Christmas without you

    I wish we were kissing under mistletoe
    The stars on the sky just can't match your glow
    Now I can't wait 'til you're by my side
    We'll be warm by the fire all night, oh

    I wanna hold you while the bells are all ringing
    Want you to be here while the angel's singing
    Days are perfect when I got you near
    My only wish is you here

    Wherever you go, you light up the room
    I hope that you'll make it back home soon
    'Cause it won't feel like Christmas without you

    Wherever you are, you brighten the moon
    I hope that you'll make it back home soon
    'Cause it won't feel like Christmas without you (without you)

    We could be outside dancing on the moonlight
    Watching the sky roll over our heads
    We could be inside trying to sing the lines right
    Laughing until we fall out of bed
    So when I wake up on Christmas Day
    I hope the first thing I see is your face

    Wherever you go, you light up the room
    I hope that you'll make it back home soon
    'Cause it won't feel like Christmas without you

    Wherever you are, you brighten the moon
    I hope that you'll make it back home soon
    'Cause it won't feel like Christmas without you

    It won't feel like Christmas without you Writer/s: Amanda Koci, Gian Stone, Henry Russell Walter, Jesse Aicher, Sam Martin
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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