On This Winter's Night

Album: A Merry Little Christmas (2010)
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  • This winter's night
    Stars shine like silver bells
    This winter's night
    The mistletoe kiss and tell
    Snowflakes fall like frosting
    And I sit on the street
    Strangers look like neighbors
    With every smile that you meet

    But here in my arms I'll keep you warm
    And hold you tight
    On this winter's night
    (We'll look back on the year)
    On this winter's night
    (We'll count our blessings)
    On this Winter's night
    We will remember

    On this winter's night
    Icicle lights will trim the tree
    On this winter's night
    Wrapped a present or two for you and me
    Tuck our children into bed
    And dream the night away
    Til' the sun dawns in the morning
    With the joy of Christmas day

    But here in my arms I'll keep you warm
    And hold you tight
    On this winter's night
    (We'll look back on the year)
    On this winter's night
    (We'll count our blessings)
    On this Winter's night
    We will remember

    The wise man heard the angels sing
    Him like soft and robe
    The king became a child a long long time ago
    And the child became a king
    So the whole wide world will know
    What Christmas really is

    This winter's night
    (We'll look back on the year)
    On this winter's night
    (We'll count our blessings)
    On this Winter's night
    We will remember Writer/s: CHARLES KELLY, DAVE HAYWOOD, HILLARY SCOTT, TOM DOUGLAS
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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