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(words & music by michael jarrett)On the hills of georgiaAcross the plains of tennesseeI’ve seen and I’ve done most everythingThat a man can do or seeBut if I could only borrow one dream from your sleepI’d be on that train tomorrowI’ll be home on christmas dayAnd so many times beforeShe left that candle burningOh, too many tears fellMy soul fills with yearningIf I had sense at allI’d just be on my wayBe on that train tomorrowBe home on christmas dayEverytime I think about herAll the love I left behindMemories still linger in my troubled mindI could set aside my prideAnd I’d be on my wayI’d catch that train tomorrowAnd be home on christmas dayIf I had any sense at allI’d just be on my wayI’d catch that train tomorrowI’d be home on christmas dayI said I’d catch that train tomorrowI’d be home on christmas day



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