"December" as written by Tim Bricheno, Andy Cousin, Mark Price and Julianne Regan....
There's a Victorian tin, I keep my memories in,
I found it up in the attic.
After looking inside, I find the things that I'm hiding
The leaves saved from a mistletoe kiss,
Only nostalgia has me feeling like this
Like I miss you,
It must be the time of year.

Remember December,
It's like a wintergreen beside a diamond stream,
Remember December,
A fall of snow and the afterglow.
It could be taking our breath away
But the years stand in the way,
Remember December,
How does it make you feel inside ?

Beneath a Valentine, I see a locket is shining
I think it must be the wine,
Makes me feel it's all real.
Where nothing seems to rhyme
To breathe life into the dust of a keepsake
I might as well try to fix a chain on a snowflake
Or a heartache,
It must be the time of year.
Remember

Should I feel this alone, should I pick up the phone
Should I call you up and wish you 'Happy Christmas' ?
I feel so alone, should I pick up the phone
Take my heart in my hand
And ask if you remember


Lyrics submitted by Against the Grain

"December" as written by Julianne Regan Andy Cousin

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