"I'll Be Home on Christmas Day" as written by Tony Macaulay and John Andrew Macleod....
On the hills of Georgia
Across the plains of Tennessee
I've seen and I've done most everything
That a man can do or see
But if I could only borrow one dream from yesterday
I'd be on that train tomorrow
I'll be home on Christmas day

And so many times before
She left that candle burning
Oh, too many tears have fell
My soul filled with yearning
If I had any sense at all
I'd just be on my way
I'd be on that train tomorrow
Be home on Christmas day

Every time I think about her
All the love I left behind
Memories still linger in my troubled mind
I could set aside my pride
And I'd be on my way
I'd catch that train tomorrow
And be home on Christmas day

If I had any sense at all
I'd just be on my way
I'd catch that train tomorrow
I'd be home on Christmas day
I said I'd catch that train tomorrow
I'd be home on Christmas day


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"I'll Be Home on Christmas Day" as written by Michael Jarrett

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