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How can jingle bells jingle
If you ain't got a sleigh
And how does Frosty handle
All of the snow that's slowly melting away

Without the mistletoe hanging
My New Year stands in peril
So how can this be
Christmas without Carol, oooooh without Carol

How come the blue blue Christmas
Elvis used to sing about
Never raised my suspicions
Now it's the only song I can think about

Ohhh I need an angel tonight
Someone to heart and maybe to herald
How can this be
Christmas without Carol, yeah without Carol

Well, Carol, since you've been gone
I hear a symphony of wrong
A yuletide of nights
No festival of lights
Oh, Carol

Oh ain't nobody knocking or calling
Looks like my midnight is clear
It's gonna be a silent night for sure
Because Carol, you know she ain't here

Oh, how can jingle bells jingle
If Santa cain't have his say
So how can this be
Christmas without Carol

How can it be Christmas without Carol
Without Carol, yeah without Carol

Without my Carol
It just ain't Christmas no more



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