There's Always Christmas

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A hush runs through this house, it's growing louder
You clinch inside your coat against the winter
But all I can assume is that your pride was on the line
All I can assume is that you're just taking some time

And as we find ourselves in other worlds again
Another year divided by trivial events
I remember when you turned to me to say
There's always Christmas

I hung up all this sparkly crap for us again
It glistens in the dark December night
But all I can assume is that you're denying it's December
You are just as stubborn as I remember

And as we find ourselves in other worlds again
Another year divided trivial events
I remember when you turned to me to say
There's always Christmas

I'm sure that this one beer won't go and hurt someone
I can't believe the pub turned into a song
But all I can assume is that your pride was on the line
All I can assume is that you're just taking some time

And as we find ourselves in other worlds again
Another year divided trivial events
I remember when you turned to me to say
There's always Christmas

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from Happy Christmas, I Suppose, released December 15, 2012

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Ardie Collins Cardiff, UK

I'm some kind of a songwriter from Cardiff.

In 2011 I released a song a day. In 2014 I released a song a week. I haven't been up to much since.

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