A Silent Night with You

Album: Midwinter Graces (2009)
  • The radio plays my holiday faves
    It takes me back to when our love was new
    Young lovers pass me by with their glow
    That used to be us not so long ago
    You said then
    "I just want to spend a silent night with you"
    With you
    A silent night with you

    Joy to the world, your arms kept me warm
    Night after night, in such a cold world
    Hear the bell strike, old pictures instead
    Tell me the past is filling my head
    You said then
    "I just want to spend a silent night with you"
    With you
    A silent night with you

    The radio plays my holiday faves
    It takes me back to when our love was new
    Lost in my daze, you slip past and say
    "Girl, take my hand, see, nothing has changed
    Now or then
    I just want to spend a silent night with you"
    With you
    A silent night with you

    All is calm
    All is bright.Writer/s: TORI ELLEN AMOS
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Downtown Music Publishing
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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