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Bonnie Tyler – Merry Christmas lyrics

Writer: Francis Lalanne/ Jean-Felix Lalanne
Producer for Bonnie: Jean-Felix Lalanne
Year of Recording: 1989-1990 (?)
Type: Soundtrack
Runtime: 2.35min

Title of the Film the Soundtrack was for:
"3615 Code Père Noël" (French Production)

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Merry Merry Christmas.
Don't change kids, stay with us.
Stay a little Jesus.
Hold onto my hand.
It's not a long way...
To fly, you know...
Don't fly in vain!
It's so hard anyway...
To become a man.

Happy birthday Christmas.
Welcome Holy Jesus.
Although you rain on earth...
Who can understand...
Why even a child...
Learning the truth...
Always learns pain?
Why does he have to cry...
To become a man?

Help me Santa Claus.
Come close to my heart.
All my doors are closed.
I can't play my part.
I can't play my part.

Wanted Mr. Xmas.
Reward little Jesus.
Kids don't grow up like us.
You could change the plan.
Here comes the darkness.
Time to be sad.
Here comes the rain.
Please don't leave him hopeless...
To become a man...
To become a man...
To become a man...



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