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Lonely christmas call
Writers George Jones and George Riddle
Copyright 1966

You left two years ago this Christmas and we're wondering if you miss us
Don't know why you ever left and went away
The kids're lonely here without you they even wrote old Santa bout you
Please don't leave them all alone this Christmas day
Don't you miss their arms around you don't old memories surround you
Don't you know it's not their fault things are this way
Why not show consideration for the ones whose heart you're breaking
Give them your gift of love this Christmas day
If you could see their little faces as round the tree they take their places
They're looking for the biggest gift of all
So why not show consideration for the ones whose heart you're breaking
Won't you beckon to our lonely Christmas call
Won't you beckon to our lonely Christmas call



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