This Christmas Day

Album: This Christmas Day (2018)
  • I don't need no diamonds or a fancy car
    Or a jet to fly me right up to the star
    I just need your guidance, since we've been apart
    I feel your love beside me, mending my broken heart

    I see you, I call your name
    Oh, I'm trying on this Christmas day
    I feel you, I hear you say
    I know you're not okay, I know it's not the same
    But you love me, and that will never change
    Oh, and I love you on this Christmas day

    I know you see me smiling, holding back my tears
    Just nothing compares to this without you to share it with, my dear
    I'm thinking 'bout the good times, wishing you were here
    I'm gonna celebrate, drinking your favorite, cheers

    I see you, I call your name
    Hope you're flying on this Christmas day
    I feel you, I hear you say
    You're gonna be okay, I know it's not the same
    But you love me, and that will never change
    And I love you on this Christmas day

    I know you're somewhere that's beautiful in every way
    I know you're somewhere that I will be with you one day
    I know you're right there
    I close my eyes and hear you say you love me
    And that will never change, no no
    And I love you on this Christmas day

    I see you, yeah, I called your name
    No more crying, no, on this Christmas day
    I feel you, I hear you say
    It's gonna be okay, I know it's not the same
    But you love me, and that will never change
    And I love you on this Christmas day
    And I miss you, yes, every single day Publisher: Public Domain Publisher
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