"Christmas in Crawford, 2004" as written by and Melanie Harby....
The cattle are lowin'
Are we're eating beef
And we turned off the TV
And that's a relief

And we're countin' our blessings
And prayin' for more
Christmas in Crawford, 2004

Now we're pettin' our puppies
And clearin' the trees
And we're ridin' and ropin'
And droppin' our "g's"

And the world on the outside
Is hard to ignore
(But we manage)
Christmas in Crawford, 2004

And all is calm
All is bright
So pound the piano
And sing "Silent Night"
The lights are a-blazin'
And loved ones are near
And bad things don't happen
In my hemisphere

So pass me a pretzel
And, "Hey, what's the score?"
Christmas in Crawford, 2004

And all are calm
And some are bright
And days are merry and airy and white
And I'm proud of my country
Where I gotta right
To sleep in Heavenly Peace
The world's full of people
Who aren't so well blessed
We say "Let 'em eat fruitcake
And God Bless the West"

And it's two weeks vacation
Then back to the war
Christmas in Crawford, 2004

And we clear the table
Like a wave clears the shore
Christmas in Crawford, 2004


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