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Bells will be ringing the glad, glad news
Oh, what a Christmas to have the blues
My baby's gone, I have no friend
To wish me greeting, once again

The choir will be singing 'Silent Night'
Christmas carols by candlelight
Please, come home for Christmas
Please, come home for Christmas
If not for Christmas, darling, by New Year's night

Friends and relations send salutations
Sure as the stars shine above
This is a Christmas, yes, a Christmas, my dear
The time of the year to be with the one you love

Then won't you tell me, you'll never more to roam?
Christmas and New Year will find you home
There'll be no more sorrow, no grieving baby
'Coz I'll be happy once again

No more sorrow, no, no more sorrow
No, no more sorrow, baby
No more sorrow, no, no, no

No more sorrow, baby
I don't have no reason to wear it, baby
No more, I feel like I'm born wild on a drowning man

No more, no, no more sorrow, baby
No more, no more sorrow, baby
No more, Lord, no more
No more sorrow, baby, no more greed



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