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Here comes the cold
Break out the winter clothes
And find a love to call your own

You, enter you
Your cheeks a shade a pink
And the rest of you in powder blue

Who knows
What will be
But I'll make you this guarantee
See

No way no November will see our goodbye
When it comes to December it's obvious why
No one wants to be alone at Christmastime
Do they baby?

In the dark on the phone
You tell me the names of your brothers
And your favorite colors
I'm learning you

And when it snows again
We'll take a walk outside
And search the sky like children do
I'll turn and say to you

No way November will see our goodbye
When it comes to December it's obvious why
No one wants to be alone at Christmastime
Come January we're frozen inside
Making new resolutions a hundred times
February won't you be my valentine
And we'll both be safe until St. Patrick's Day

We should take a ride tonight around the town
And look around at all the beautiful houses
There's something in the way the blue lights
On the black night can make you feel warm
Everybody it seems to me that
Just like to be
Just like you and me

No one wants to be alone at Christmastime
Come January we're frozen inside
Making new resolutions a hundred times
February won't you be my valentine
And we'll both be safe until St. Patrick's Day

If our always is all that we gave
And we someday take that away
I'll be alright if it was just 'til St. Patrick's day



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