"Christmas And Me Are Through" as written by and Martin Coyle....
Laugh a little louder

Sing a little prouder

See you in the Rose and Crown

We’ll raise a glass to this old town


Home is where the heart is

The end is where the start is

Have a happy holiday 
Remember, boy, to smile when you frown


Out by the old church

I can hear them sing

Long live the king

Oh, Santa Claus, Santa Claus

There’s no Christmas here anymore

Put the bells away

Burn the sleigh

Throw the presents out of my door

‘Cos she’s gone, gone

Everything they said was true

Christmas and me are through

Why’d you go and leave me

I guess you didn’t need me

Funny when you did it, hey

I’m all alone on Christmas Day

Wonder where the time goes

Dressing in the same clothes

Funny how the turkey tastes

With lunches from the microwave cold

Down by the old school

I can hear them sing

Love killed the king

Santa Claus, Santa Claus

There’s no Christmas here anymore

Put the bells away

Burn the sleigh

Throw the presents out of my door

‘Cos she’s gone, gone

Everything they said was true

Christmas and me are through

Christmas and me are through

Christmas and me are through

Santa Claus, Santa Claus

There’s no Christmas here anymore

Throw the bells away
Burn the sleigh

Throw the presents out of my door

‘Cos she’s gone, gone

Everything they said was true

Christmas and meeeeeeeeeeeeeeee are throuuuuuugh


Lyrics submitted by DaBigBug

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