It's getting cold outside and oh I wish I could spend the day with you.
Then we can come in.
I'll play pretend that we bundle up with a blanket for two.

So if you're cold just let me know.
I'll hold you tight and never let you go.
(I'll hold you tight and never let you go.)
(I'll hold you tight and never let you go.)
So grab your coat and I'll grab my sweater.
It's the perfect day to spend Christmas together.

If you're cold then I will hold you dear.
The fire's warm and close. Oh so near.
I can see it oh, oh so clear.
If only you were here.
Christmas ain't the same without you here.

It's getting late at night. It feels so right.
Just stay right here with me.
Oh it's Christmas Eve, I'll make believe that you're right here beside me.

Cause when I'm cold and all alone
I miss you more than you've ever known
(I miss you more than you've ever known)
(I miss you more than you've ever known)
I'll just ride out all the stormy weather.
And imagine that we're here together.

If you're cold then I will hold you dear.
The fire's warm and close. Oh so near.
I can see it oh, oh so clear.
If only you were here.
Christmas ain't the same without you here.

For worse or for better. Through the darkest of weather.
I promise you, I'll love you forever.
For rich or for poor, and so much more.
I'll be the one you're looking for.
For worse or for better. Through the darkest of weather.
I promise you, I'll love you forever.
For rich or for poor, and so much more.
I'll be the one you're looking for.

If you're cold then I will hold you dear.
The fire's warm and close. Oh so near.
I can see it oh, oh so clear.
If only you were here.
Christmas ain't the same without you here.


Lyrics submitted by camerondailey

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