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Christmas Everyday
by Fred Hammond



Let it go on and on, and on, and on, and on
Never go away

Gotta be something about this time of year
That makes everybody act just a little more sincere
There's nothing like stepping outside
To exchange a neighbor's smile
Or just shaking hands a little longer, maybe talk a while

Lugging shopping bags down the street
Making time to speak to everybody that you meet
Making the cruise through the old neighborhood
Just taking in who's decorated and it's all good

I wish that Christmas would be everyday
Let it go on and on, and on, and on, and on
Why does this feeling have to go away?
If it were up to me, the season would never change
It would always stay the same

I had to stop over my mom's crib the other day
'Cause she's getting older now, gotta make sure she's okay
A smile and a hug would do her heart some good
Just chilling with family on Christmas like a family should

I am grateful for all that God has given me
I'm compelled to go help somebody else in need
Come back home and in for the night
Telling the kids the season's really all about Christ

I wish that Christmas would be everyday
Let it go on and on, and on, and on, and on
Why does this feeling have to go away?
If it were up to me, the season would never change
It would always stay the same, the same, the same

Why can't we show each other the same love?
The same, the same good love, real love
To me, once a year is really not enough

I wish that Christmas would be everyday
Let it go on and on, and on, and on, and on
Why does this feeling have to go away?
If it were up to me, the season would never change
It would always stay the same

I wish that Christmas would be everyday
Let it go on and on, and on
Why does this feeling had to go away?
If it were up to me, the season would never change
It would always stay the same

On and on, on and on, and on, say
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written by Robinson Jr., William
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