"Silent Night (Interlude)" as written by Bruce Cockburn and Pd Traditional....
I'm Mrs. Nat King Cole
And what a joy it's been
To be asked by Brian McKnight
To remember some of the christmas' with my husband
We were married 17 years and 15 of those years
We spent every Christmas the same way
It was God, love, and our children

And our closest friends
It was always the same menu
He got up at 5 o'clock in the morning
And with me and my children
We opened gifts

We have really, so much to remember in our family
I hope that some of you do too
I hope you will remember the love first
And then your family
It is just so important
My husband's gone

But you know something, I have his grandchildren
That's gonna be wonderful for me
But there's one line I've got to leave with you
Merry Christmas to kids from 1 to 92


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"Silent Night (Interlude)" as written by Franz Xaver Gruber Andrew O'callaghan

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