"I Wish Every Day Could Be Like Christmas" as written by and Jon Bon Jovi....
Oh, oh woah
Ah, ah

What time is it baby, is it that time again
When snow will be falling, friends will be calling
You know it's time when
There'll be carolers singing Silent Night
I love when they sing, the feeling it brings
It's warm as a fire is bright
Soon there'll be toys for good girls and boys
And reindeer are heading our way
Yes, and Santa will come down the chimney above
There's one thing I wanted to say

I wish every day could be like Christmas
And if I could have one wish come true
I wish every day could be, full of peace and harmony
I wish every day could be like Christmas, I do

I saw a child sit with old Mr. Clause
Looked him in the eye and he asked old Santa what peace on earthwas
Now the old man grew cautious (that Christmas morning)
On how he would say (how would you say)
That it's the greatest gift, one you could give every day

I wish every day could be like Christmas
And if I could have one wish come true
I wish every day could be, full of peace and harmony
I wish every day could be like Christmas, I do

Now the mistle-toes and the house of Lords
All the world seems at ease tonight
And all that I ask when these precious moments pass
Is why can't every day be so bright

I wish every day could be like Christmas
And if I could have one wish come true
I wish every day could be, full of peace and harmony
I wish every day could be like Christmas, I do

Honest I do, yes I do now
Very merry Christmas


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"I Wish Every Day Could Be Like Christmas" as written by Jon Bon Jovi

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