"Someday at Christmas" as written by Bryan Wells and Ronald N. Miller....
Someday, at Christmas, men won't be boys,
Playing with bombs like kids play with toys.
One warm December, our hearts will see
A world where men are free.

Someday, at Christmas, there'll be no wars
When we have learned what Christmas is for.
When we have found what life's really worth,
There'll be peace on Earth.
Someday, all our dreams will come to be.
Someday, in a world where men are free.
Maybe not in time for you and me
But someday, at Christmastime.

Someday, at Christmas, we'll see a man,
No hungry children, no empty hand.
One happy morning, people will share.
Our world, where people care.

Someday, at Christmas, there'll be no tears;
All men are equal, and no men have fears.
One shining moment, my heart ran away
From our world today.
Someday, all our dreams will come to be.
Someday, in a world where men are free.
Maybe not in time for you and me
But someday, at Christmastime.

Someday, at Christmas, man will not fail.
Take hope, because your love will prevail.
Someday, a new world that we can start,
With hope in every heart.
Someday, all our dreams will come to be.
Someday, in a world where men are free.
Maybe not in time for you and me
But someday, at Christmastime.
Someday, at Christmastime.


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"Someday at Christmas" as written by Ronald N./wells Miller

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