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Alabama – Christmas In Your Arms lyrics

Written by Bill Anderson and Steve Wariner

All my friens are asking me where I plan to spend the holidays
People seem to celebrate the season in so many different ways
Some go where the weather's freezing cold while others like it warm
I don't care about the weather just whether I spend Christmas in your arms

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We could drive up to the mountains, build a fire and watch it snow
We could sail down to the islands where the gentle breezes blow
I'd be happy in the city, I'd be happy on the farm
I don't care whre I spend Christmas as long as I spend Christmas in your arms

It was only last December I had no Christmas spirir in my heart
My world lay cold and shattered in the ashes of a dream that fell apart
But now you're here beside me, no greater gift is wrapped beneath my tree
And the arms you wrap around me and the precious gift of love you give to me

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I don't care where I spend Christmas as long as I spend Christmas in your arms



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