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Allan James Saywell

Rookie - 32 Points (Australia / Christmas Island)

Blue Christmas


Blue Christmas

It will be a wet rainy Christmas without you
The leaves on the mistletoe wont seem so green
The christmas tree wont seem so bright
When it castes a glow on christmas night
Oh i'll still drink a toddy or two
The bells will still ring on christmas morn
Yes the decorations will still hang on christmas night
And i'll shed a tear when i hear holy night
But lonlyness and i will be eating christmas pie
Yes my dear it will be a wet rainy christmas without you
The house will seem so empty and bare
The rain will beat just like my heart
On the cold of the window pane
Yes dear it will be a cold wet rainy christmas without you


The frost will lay in yonder field
Wet with tears that cannot be concealed
Loves sweet light hang on every tree
Yes it will be a blue Christmas without you
The warmth of an inner fire wont keep me warm
So ill' suffer a cold lonely Christmas without you
Your head lay on a pillow so cold and grey
At your feet flowers i lay, a bouquet of roses red like clay
Conversations we have none, but our love will shine
Like a rising sun, yes it will be a blue Christmas without you
Yes it will be a blue cold Christmas without you


Yes the decorations will still hang on christmas night
And i'll shed a tear when i hear holy night
But lonlyness and i will be eating christmas pie
Yes my dear it will be a wet rainy christmas without you
The house will seem so empty and bare
The rain will beat just like my heart

Submitted: Saturday, December 21, 2013

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