"Christmas, Like A Lullaby" as written by and John Denver....
Christmas like a lullaby steals across the land
A breeze upon the water, rainfall upon the sand
We celebrate a baby born from spirit into man
And Christmas like a lullaby steals across the land

It's morning in Australia in fact it's Christmas Day
And Colorado never seemed so very far away
Back where night has fallen and it's still Christmas Eve
And snow is on the mountains where I always hate to leave

Here I am down under with a brand new family
And Christmas bells are ringing and there's presents 'neath the tree
I know that it's been said before and now I know it's true
That home is where the heart is and Christmas lives there too

On this morning Peace On Earth is still our fervent prayer
And I can hear it being whispered softly everywhere
And guns are called to silence and anger called to still
And brotherhood and sisterhood surrounded by goodwill

Christmas like a lullaby steals across the land
A breeze upon the water, rainfall upon the sand
We celebrate a baby born from spirit into man
And Christmas like a lullaby steals across the land



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"Christmas Like a Lullaby" as written by John Denver

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    General Commentthis is such a beautiful song, i can relate to it from the second paragraph: It's morning in Australia; In fact it's Christmas day
    And Colorado never seemed so very far away
    Back where night has fallen and it's still Christmas Eve
    And snow is on the mountains where I always hate to leave
    being from Australia born and raised and then moving to CO at age 10 but the thing is that it's a pacifist song and without war let's celebrate together as a family and dwell the real meaning of Christmas
    sydneyownon July 20, 2006   Link

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