"Lonely This Christmas" as written by Michael Donald Chapman and Nicholas Barry Chinn....
Try to imagine
A house that's not a home
Try to imagine
A Christmas all alone
That's where I'll be
Since you left me
My tears could melt the snow
What can I do without you?
I got no place, no place to go

It'll be lonely this Christmas
Without you to hold
It'll be lonely this Christmas
Lonely and cold
It'll be cold, so cold
Without you to hold
This Christmas

Each time I remember
The day you went away
and how I would listen
to the things you had to say
I just break down
as I look around
and the only things I see
are loneliness and emptiness
and an unlit Christmas tree

It'll be lonely this Christmas
Without you to hold
It'll be lonely this Christmas
Lonely and cold
It'll be cold, so cold
Without you to hold
This Christmas

Do You remember last year (So it'll be so lonely this Christmas)
When You and I were together
We never thought there'd be an end
and I remember looking at you then (Without you to hold)
and I remember thinking
That Christmas must have been made for us (It'll be so very lonely)
Cause Darling this is the time of year
That you really, you really need love(Lonely and cold)
When it means so very, very much

It'll be lonely this Christmas
Without you to hold
It'll be lonely this Christmas
Lonely and cold
It'll be cold, so cold
Without you to hold
This Christmas

It'll be cold, so cold
Without you to hold
This Christmas

Merry Christmas, Darling
Wherever you are


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"Lonely This Christmas" as written by Nicholas Barry Chinn Michael Donald Chapman

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    General Comment"Lonely This Christmas" was a popular single by the English glam rock band Mud, that topped the UK singles chart in 1974 and reached Christmas number one. Written and produced by Nicky Chinn and Mike Chapman, "Lonely This Christmas" was Mud's second number one single in the UK, spending four weeks at the top in December 1974 and January 1975.It was the third number one single that year for the ChinniChap writing and production team, and was performed in the style of Elvis Presley's slower songs from his later career. Due to this, the song is often erroneously attributed to Presley.The song is noted for a memorable performance on Top of the Pops in which guitarist Rob Davis was covered in tinsel and wore Christmas baubles as earrings, while vocalist Les Gray sang to a ventriloquist's dummy.The song has been covered by Lucky Soul, Blue, Carter the Unstoppable Sex Machine (fan club limited edition Xmas 7 inch), Little Man Tate and KT Tunstall
    sepultura1987on November 13, 2010   Link

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