Come On It's Christmas
Author: Tim Kitchen
Come on it's Christmas, let yourself go
plenty of other days for trouble and woe.
It's not always easy to push troubles away
but at least you could try it, just for a day.
Christmas is hard, when your heart is sore
but let all its sparkle, bring light to your door.
With little children's faces beaming so bright
just thinking that Santa, had called last night.
It may take some effort, if you're feeling low
but if you have an invite, for somewhere to go.
Put on your happy face, just for a while
make yourself do it and show them your smile.
So come on it's Christmas, no point being alone
if it gets too much, you can always go home.
I know it's rather easy for all of us to say
but give yourself a break, it is Christmas day.
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|Montana (184.108.40.206) -- Monday, November 29 2010, 11:40 pm|
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