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Christmas Waltz lyrics

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Michael W. Smith – Christmas Waltz lyrics

Frosted window panes
Candles gleaming inside
Painted candy canes on the tree

Santa's on his way
He's filled his sleigh with things
Things for you and for me

It's that time of year
When the world falls in love
Every song you hear seems to say

Merry Christmas
May your New Year's dreams come true
And this song of mine
In three quarter time
Wishes you and yours
The same thing too!

It's that time of year
When the world falls in love
Every song you hear seems to say
Merry Christmas

Frosted window panes
(See them gleaming)
Candles gleaming inside (with the snow)
Painted candy canes
(See them showing)
On the tree

Just look and you'll see
Santa's on his way
(That's why sleigh bells are ringing)
He's filled his sleigh
(And that's why were all singing)
With Things
Things for you and for me

It's that time of year
(Time for falling)
When the world falls in love
(So in love)
Every song you hear
(Happy song)
Seems to say
Merry Christmas
(May all)
May your New Year's dreams come true
(May may all come true)

And this song of mine
In three quarter time
Wishes you and yours
(You and yours)
The same thing too!



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