"The Last Christmas" as written by and George Michael....
This year is different than last,
And all of the Christmas has past,
The carolers singing and sleigh bells are ringing,
But there's still one thing I must ask.

Please don't leave.
There's still presents under the tree.

It's you, you, you I need.

The fireplace is cold and dry,
The wind whistles through trees on this cold winters night.
As you tell me we've shared out last
There's just one thing that I have to ask.

Please don't leave,
There's still presents under the tree.

It's you, you, you I need.

A Christmas Story is on the TV,
Randy is showing how the piggies eat.
And I'm laughing through the tears,
That was our movie for all of these years.

Please don't leave,
There's still presents under the tree.

It's you, you, you I need.






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"The Last Christmas" as written by George Michael

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    General Commentits about a guy's girl leaving him on christmas (thats a terrible thing to do!) and he's remembering and contemplating his isolation.
    and hes apparetnetly watching A Christmas Story and crying and wishing she was back

    its such a lonely christmas
    seandton December 19, 2007   Link

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