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Viewing Lyrics for Sing Silent Night:

Artist:C.w. Mccall
No album artwork found
Album:Rubber Duck
Track:Sing Silent Night
 
Date Added:18/10/2007
Rating:not yet rated     
Views:972
 
Lyrics:(c.w. mccall, bill fries, chip davis)

When the snow falls on christmas eve,
And
everything's white
I sit by the window,
And remember another night
When mama played
the organ,
And we turned off all the lights
And we all stood around her
And sang
silent night

The organ is quiet now,
And mama's gone
The sound of that
christmas eve
Will live on and on
We sang all the old carols,
The hymns she loved to
hear
And she played them over, one by one,
From memory, and by ear

And then
she'd find the ancient album,
With its pages turned gold
And the crayon-colored paper
star
I made so long ago
But brighter than any star
Was the love in mama's eyes

As she said, "merry christmas, kids",
And she kissed us goodnight

And the
organ's quiet now,
And mama's gone
But the sound of that christmas eve
Will live on
and on
The years have gone by now,
Since that last christmas eve
But the joy is still
with me,
And the love will never leave

When mama played the organ,
And we
turned off all the lights
And we all stood together
And sang the last silent night
 
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