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Marty Robbins – Christmas Kisses lyrics

Christmas time is almost here and you're not here with me
Smilin' shoppers everywhere, I'm lonely as can be
Oh, but I'll be home in two more days it's you that my heart misses
Please meet me, dear, at eight P. M. And bring your Christmas kisses

Mistletoe is everywhere but, darlin', I'll be true
I can't kiss somebody's lips unless that someone's you
I've longed each day to hold you tight I know what loneliness is
But I'll be home in two more days then share your Christmas kisses

(Do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do)

This letter that I'm writing you brings teardrops to my eyes
But they're tears of happiness because I realize
I'm closer to the one I love with each hour that passes
I'll see you soon and don't be late and bring your Christmas kisses

Soon these lonely days will end that we've spent apart
This holiday I'll hold you close as well as in my heart
I'll close for now this letter filled with all my love and wishes
I'll see you, dear, in two more days and share your Christmas kisses
I'll see you, dear, in two more days and share your Christmas kisses



Lyrics taken from http://www.lyricsmode.com/lyrics/m/marty_robbins/christmas_kisses.html

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