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Christmas time's a comin', Christmas time's a comin'
Christmas time's a comin' and I know I'm going home

Snowflakes are falling, my old home's a calling
Tall pines are humming, Christmas time's a coming
Can't you hear them bells ringing, ringing joy, joy hear them singing
When it's snowing I'll be going back to my country home

Christmas time's a comin', Christmas time's a comin'
Christmas time's a comin' and I know I'm going home

Holly's in the window, home's where the wind blows
Can't walk for running, Christmas time's a comin'
Can't you hear them bells ringing, ringing joy, joy hear them singing
When it's snowing I'll be going back to my country home

Christmas time's a comin', Christmas time's a comin'
Christmas time's a comin' and I know I'm going home

White candles burning, my old heart's a yearning
For the folks at home when Christmas time's a coming
Can't you hear them bells ringing, ringing joy, joy hear them singing
When it's snowing I'll be going back to my country home

Christmas time's a comin', Christmas time's a comin'
Christmas time's a comin' and I know I'm going home



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