"Christmas TV" as written by and Rebecca Lucy Taylor Charles Richard Harrop Watson....
It's okay to have scars, they will make you who you are
It's okay to have fear, as long as you're not scared of coming here
And in the middle of the night, just call if you wanna talk
'Cause you know that I want to talk, too

It's not bad of you to think of what might go wrong
But you can't blame me for secretly hoping that I'll prove you wrong
It's okay that I pray that you will miss your flight
And have to stay with me another night

It is brutal, it's brutal
Why can't you see?
It's brutal, it's brutal
Where have you been?
'Cause we're far apart, and my lonely heart
Finds it hard to get through the night
You pull me out of the dark, and now it's light
You pull me out of the dark, and now it's light

When we're out in the market and out on the streets
I've got a pocket full of problems and a pocket full of seeds
Hoping something good might grow out of this mistletoe
And I won't have to erase your memory

I like the way that our arguments stop when we fall asleep
And the way that your body feels when it's wrapped around me
And I'd like it if you made it to mine by Christmas Eve
So you can hold me

And we'll watch Christmas TV

It is brutal, it's brutal
Why can't you see?
It's brutal, it's brutal
Where have you been?
'Cause we're far apart, and my lonely heart
Finds it hard to get through the night
You pull me out of the dark, and now it's light
You pull me out of the dark, and now it's light

So come on home
Just come on home
Just come on home
Just come on home
Just come on home
Just come on home
Just come on home
Just come on home
Just come on home
Just come on home
Just come on home
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Just come on home
Just come on home
Just come on home
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Just come on home
Just come on home
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Just come on home
Just come on home
Just come on home
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Just come on home
Just come on home
Just come on home
Just come on home
Just come on home
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Lyrics submitted by amk18, edited by jtk1993

"Christmas TV" as written by Rebecca Lucy Taylor Charles Richard Harrop Watson

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    General Comment<3

    The best Christmas song of this year.

    And it's Christmas eve.
    Happy Christmas to all, and to all a goodnight!
    cmj_abon December 24, 2008   Link
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    General Commentheard this on the season finale of Chuck during the wedding. such a great song even if it is a holiday song.
    katiezon April 28, 2009   Link
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    General CommentCorrections:

    It's okay to have fear
    as long as you're not scared of going here
    And in the middle of the night
    just call if you wanna talk
    Cause you know that I'll wanna talk too

    ...

    It's brutal it's brutal
    why can't you see
    It's brutal, it's brutal,
    where have you been

    ...

    hoping something good might grow out of this mistletoe
    ...

    and I'd like it if you made it to mine by christmas eve
    littlemasson May 05, 2009   Link
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    General CommentGreat song but are you sure its not "where have you been"? (pronounced more like bean) instead of "What have you be". Not an expert on this song but thats what it sounds like to me

    Also "Hoping something GOOD might grow out of this misletoe"

    "And the way that YOUR body feels when it's wrapped around me"

    ashley2385on August 23, 2009   Link
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    General CommentSorry didn't see the previous post to my last comment but i agree with his/her corrections
    ashley2385on August 23, 2009   Link
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    Lyric CorrectionIt's definitely "where have you been" not "what have you be" because the latter does not make sense.
    meatballson March 23, 2011   Link
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    Lyric Correction"Because that means you aren't scared of coming here"
    should be
    "As long as you're not scared of coming here"

    "Hoping something might grow out of this misletoe"
    should be
    "Hoping something good might grow out of this mistletoe"
    alexjuuhhon June 10, 2012   Link

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