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If you're far aways on this holiday eve
And you're dreamin' of being at home
If you're worried at all that you may be forgotten
You should know that you aren't alone

'Cause you're there and you're shining
Bright like a beacon, bright as a northern star
So, don't worry because
Santa will find you wherever you are
Santa will find you tonight

If you're listening for reindeer and sleigh bells
As they jingle and tap on the roof
You're awake, piled in blankets
With your cousin Sacramone
And you hope there'll be presents for you

'Cause you're there and you're shining
Bright like a beacon, bright as a northern star
So, don't worry because
Santa will find you wherever you are
Santa will find you tonight

It's the time and the season to bring lovers together
Never let distance keep you apart
With the spirit of Christmas
You'll never be lost
If you truly believe in your heart

When you're there and you're shining
Bright like a beacon, bright as a northern star
So, don't worry because
Santa will find you wherever you are
Santa will find you

Don't worry because
Santa will find you wherever you are
Santa will find you tonight



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