Valerie Christine Anderson


I'll Be Thinking Of You


I’ll be thinking of you
In all the hustle of Christmas day
I’ll be thinking of you in all I do or say.

I’ll be thinking of you
Each time a song is sung
I’ll think of you each time
A Christmas bell is rung.

I’ll be thinking of you
In this hot Texas weather
I’ll be thinking of you
And wishing we were together.

I’ll be thinking of you each time
I hear “A Blue Christmas” being played
I’ll be thinking of you
When new Christmas memories are being made.

I’ll be thinking of you when I read
About how our Saviour came
And because of that first Christmas night long ago
Our lives will never be the same.

I’ll be thinking of you
In the glow of the Christmas lights
And I’ll be hoping and praying
You have a Christmas of white.

I’ll be thinking of you
Each time I see an angel on a tree
And I’ll thank God he sent
Someone special, like you, to me.

Submitted: Tuesday, February 26, 2008

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