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Don't mind the snow that's falling
The carol singers calling
I'm just happy
To be spending our first Christmas
Together

And I'll be more than jolly
With the mistletoe and holly
Tonight as we are counting down to Christmas
Together
Just you and me

With those jingle bells ringing
As I'm holding you near
I'll be making a toast
May tonight be the most
Unforgettable night of the year

The sound of
Jingle bells and laughter
Will remind us ever after
Of how we spent that magical first Christmas
Together
Just you and me
Just you and me

With those jingle bells ringing
As I'm holding you near
I'll be making a toast
May tonight be the most
Unforgettable night of the year
The year

Cuddled up and cozy
The future's looking rosy
And I can see us spending every Christmas
Together
Just you and me
Just you and me
Just you and me
Just you and me



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