Happy, Happy Christmas

Album: Songs for the Season (2018)
  • There's something about this time of the year
    It's always so dark out and you're never here
    But I hear the whispers inside of the snow
    Live well and let go
    Happy, happy Christmas
    Love the ones who love you too
    They say time flies and baby it's true
    So happy, happy Christmas to you
    I hear them singing outside of my door
    Bells keep on ringing I can't take anymore
    But I know you'd want me to sing in the snow
    Live well and let go
    Happy, happy Christmas
    Love the ones who love you too
    They say time flies and baby it's true so
    Happy, happy Christmas to you
    I promise to
    Just for you
    I'll have a happy, happy Christmas
    I'll love the ones who love me too
    They say time flies and baby it's true
    They say time flies and baby it's true
    They say time flies and baby it's true
    So happy, happy Christmas to you, you, you

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