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Abigail Breslin – Christmas In New York lyrics

This year has been one crazy year,
And I've changed, that's what I feel.
I was just starting to like who I was,
Now I'm not sure who I am.

Had a dream last night, of a few years ago
Sitting underneath the tree.
I was smiling wide, laughed as my brothers would fight,
Over the stupid tv.

And I wish right now, that it would snow
And I wish that I was home.
Because this town really is in much.
I want New York, a christmas.
I want New York, a christmas.

The city sounds like a lullaby so sweet, at least, to me.
Cuz' this town is quiet, and old to believe, doesn't feel,
Like christmas and all of me.

And I wish right now, that it would snow
And I wish that I was home.
Because this town really is in much.
I want New York, a christmas.
I want New York, a christmas.

Woah - oh- oh
Oh woah - oh- oh

And my brothers moved out just last week, and I'm scared of be lonely.
I have never been just on my own, right now I wanna go home.
And April really gets on my nerves, but I kind of miss her now.
Cuz we're all the things, that bug me, she's the only sister I every known.

And I wish right now, that it would snow
And I wish that I was home.
Because this town really is in much.
I want New York, a christmas.
I want New York, a christmas.



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