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[John:]
Here comes my hometown
It's so good to get my wheels down
I'm coming home tonight
Here comes that magic
That spell of Christmas Eve
There's nothing you can do
When you're having fun to sleep

[Olivia:]
My mind is going
A little crazy knowing
You're coming home tonight
I can't help smiling
To strangers on my street
I'm singing to myself
And tripping over my own feet
[John:]
I'm coming home

[Chorus - both:]
I've got a little plan for you
I think you might like it
Let's do a little dance for two
I think you might like it
And then we're gonna hide away
Making up all night
And we can cry tomorrow
Wash away so wonderful why
I think you might like it

[Olivia:]
Oh baby I kind of like
So many got to come by
Hey I'm coming home tonight
Your mama's singing sweetly
"Do you hear what I hear"
And in a little while
She'll be swinging from the chandelier

[John:]
No stopping at the ways
Tickling the ivories
I'm coming home tonight
Whole town gonna be there
It will be a squeeze
You better put your sleigh
In a holding pattern Santa please
I'm coming home

[Chorus 2x]



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