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'Silent Night', 'Snowy Night', 'The First Noel' alone
The only 'Jingle Bells' 'round here are on the motel phone
She calls me, comforts me, holding back a tear
She's wishing on that yonder star and I'm missing Christmas here

At the Holiday Inn, no tinsel or mistletoe
Holiday Inn, one bed and HBO
The whole world is rejoicing with family and friends
And I'm watching 'It's A Wonderful Life' at the Holiday Inn

Christmas Eve used to be a peaceful dream of joy
But as I toss and turn tonight, I hear a scuffled noise
What's that, it can't be, it sounds kinda like reindeer
But I really doubt the bearded one makes deliveries here

At the Holiday Inn, no tinsel or mistletoe
Holiday Inn, one bed and HBO
The whole world is rejoicing with family and friends
And I'm watching 'It's A Wonderful Life' at the Holiday Inn

I look out the peephole, I can't believe what I see, yeah
It's my baby in a Santa hat and she's smilin' at me
She brings in a two foot tree and hangs a wreath on the wall
Looks like it's gonna be a very merry after all

Holiday Inn with tinsel and mistletoe
Holiday Inn, one bed and HBO
The whole world is rejoicing with family and friends
And we're watching 'It's A Wonderful Life' at the Holiday Inn
Yeah, and it's a wonderful life at the Holiday Inn



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