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CHRISTMAS EVE IN MY HOMETOWN (Don Upton / Stan Zabka) Kate Smith - 1966 There's so much to remember No wonder I remember Christmas Eve in my home town 'Cause there were carols in the square Laughter everywhere, Couples kissing under the mistletoe I can't help reminiscing Knowing I'll be missing Christmas Eve in my home town Nothing can erase the mem'ries I embrace Those familiar footprints upon the snow There's so much to remember No wonder I remember Christmas Eve in my home town I'd like to be there Trimming the tree there And there's a chance that I might I can hear singing Steeple bells ringing Noel and Silent Night Wise men journeyed far, guided by a star But though I'm not a wise man, this I know Through dreams and just pretending I'm there and I'll be spen-ding Christmas Eve in my home town

    


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