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Christmas To Me Recorded by the Statler Brothers Written by Don Reid and Harold Reid
G D7 G C D7 G Christmas to me is wherever she might be C G Em A7 D7 Singing carols with a choir hanging stockings by the fire G D7 G C D7 G Making Christmas bows hanging mistletoe C G Em A7 D7 G Cause where she is I wanna be that's what Christmas is to me
D7 G C D7 G Christmas to me is as far as I can see C G Em A7 D7 Pasture fields covered with snow white Christmas on the radio G D7 G C D7 G Children in sleighs and mama's gingerbread C G Em A7 D7 G At home with just the family that's what Christmas is to me
D7 G C D7 G Christmas to me is a tall cedar tree C G Em A7 D7 Decorated and adorned with Christmas balls and strings of popcorn G D7 G C D7 G Tinsel wrapped with care with webs of angel hair C G Em A7 D7 G A final star atop the tree that's what Christmas is to me
D7 G C D7 G Christmas to me is the newborn baby C G Em A7 D7 Lying quietly in the hay when the angels came to say G D7 G C D7 G Peace on earth to men and I pray for peace again C G Em A7 D7 G Scenes of the nativity that's what Christmas is to me
D7 G C D7 G Christmas to you may it never be blue C G Em A7 D7 G And may all your dreams come true Merry Christmas to you
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