Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Maybe Next Christmas

maybe next christmas she used to say
we'll find a new life and well both run away
maybe next christmas i won't be with him
maybe next christmas we can start fresh again

maybe next christmas we'll reap what we've sewn
maybe next christmas we'll pay what we owe
maybe next christmas we won't be afraid
maybe next christmas we'll both be ok

you can't pull the truth out of thin air
you can't manufacture what ain't there

and maybe next christmas we'll be by a fire
and maybe next christmas she won't be a liar

maybe next christmas i'll be in your arms
the scent of the evergreen
pushing us strong

maybe next christmas i'll finally get to see
you wearing that dress that you bought just for me
maybe next christmas you'll be by my side
relentlessly prove to me that i'm worth the fight
maybe next christmas i'll have more to say
than "i gave you everything and you gave me away"

so you can pull the truth out of thin air
you cant manufacture what ain't there

maybe next christmas you won't be thinking
that i'm just a criminal and you're still the queen
yeah maybe next christmas well have more to say
than "i gave you everything and you gave me away"
yeah, i gave you everything and you gave me away

For those of us whose Christmas wasn't everything we hoped for.

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Hampers said...

Your blog on Christmas looks wonderful. May peace and joy always reside in your heart. Have a great New Year.

Anonymous said...

i like this

Sean said...

the ghost of Christmas past

Anonymous said...

is that bad?

Sean said...

Not at all. Even Scrooge liked looking back at what had been and missed it.

Anonymous said...

“Forgiveness does not change the past, but it does enlarge the future.”

“You can clutch the past so tightly to your chest that it leaves your arms too full to embrace the present.”

“The past is not dead. In fact, it's not even past.”

whichever you like is my response. shrug.