"Where my Christmas lives" as written by Bradley Kirk Arnold, Robert Todd Harrell, Matthew Darrick Roberts and Christopher Lee Henderson....
Light me a candle, I’m comin’ home.
Then leave it by your side where I belong.
I’ve been in this cold world for so long.
So Light me a candle, I’m coming home.

I wanna feel the love that’s in the hearts;
Of all the ones that make us who we are
Thankful for the ones we have and what we have to give
In this heart set loves,
That’s where my Christmas lives.

Snow on the window, asleep by the fire
Somehow these children never get tired
Missing the ones that, we wish were here
Remembering the ones who look on but we don’t shed a tear

I wanna feel the love that’s in the hearts;
Of all the ones that make us who we are
Thankful for the ones we have and what we have to give
In this heart set loves,
That’s where my Christmas lives.
In these heart set loves,
That’s where my Christmas lives

All along the halls are ringing,
Choirs singing Christmastime is gone,
In trees the lights are streaming,
Children gleaming Christmas time is gone,
Ooh we still knowing Christmas time is gone
Ooh we still knowing

I wanna feel the love that's in the hearts;
Of all the ones that make us who we are
Thankful for the ones we have and what we have to give
In this heart set loves,
That's where my Christmas lives
That's where my Christmas lives
That's where my Christmas lives


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"Where My Christmas Lives" as written by Christopher Lee Henderson Bradley Kirk Arnold

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    General CommentThese are the lyrics for 'Where my Christmas Lives' by '3 doors down' as you probably already know.
    I need some help on the bridge, because I simply don't know what is sang there. Thanks in advance! ^^
    tehfeelon December 23, 2009   Link

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