Oh what a christmas to have the blues
Cowboy Christmas Blues (Gold Valley, #0.5) by Maisey YatesHe didn’t want to come home for the holidays—but can an unexpected reunion with a woman from his past make this cowboy’s Christmas merry and bright in this sweet and sizzling novella?
When Cooper Mason left Gold Valley, Oregon behind him eight years ago, he told himself he wouldn’t be back. But when a Christmas promise sends him home to face his demons, he’ll find that not everything is as he remembers—especially family friend Annabelle Preston, who’s somehow morphed from childhood pest to full-grown, hot-blooded and oh-so-tempting woman.
Growing up, Annabelle had built a lot of dreams around the ruggedly gorgeous Cooper—dreams she’s long ago learned to put behind her. Until a chance encounter with Cooper leads to a night neither can forget, and all the old feelings come blazing back to life. Now, Annabelle has a week to prove that they’re more to each other than a no-strings holiday fling…and with a little Christmas luck, she just might encourage Gold Valley’s favorite cowboy to come home for good.
Please Come Home for Christmas--by--Willie Nelson--
Bells Will Be Ringing Lyrics
The jingle bells are jingling The streets are white with snow The happy crowds are mingling But there's no one that I know. I've done my window shopping There's not a store I've missed But what's the use of stopping When there's no one on your list You'll know the way I'm feeling When you love and you lose I guess I've got the Christmas blues. When somebody wants you Somebody needs you Christmas is a joy of joy But friends when you're lonely You'll find that it's only A thing for little girls and little boys. May all your days be merry Your seasons full of cheer But 'til it's January I'll just go and disappear Oh Santa may have brought you some stars for your shoes But Santa only brought me the blues Those brightly packaged tinsel covered Christmas blues. Oh Santa may have brought you some stars for your shoes But Santa only brought me the blues Those brightly packaged tinsel covered Christmas blues. Popular Right Now Father of All
Charles Brown - Please Come Home For Christmas (King Records 1960)
Christmas blues Don't know what to do I'm all alone. No one to tell my troubles to It's just another Lonely Christmas Without you Christmas blues I'm feeling down Lookin' through my window For you to come around But the only thing I see Is the snow that's falling down Yes there are times in life when we all need a second chance Yes there are times in life when we just can't stand to stand alone In the empty heart So happy Christmas Wherever you might be Oh happy Christmas To my old time used to be And I'll just hope You get a present Under your tree How I wish I had you near me Oh just to cheer me Underneath that mistletoe Happy Christmas Such a long, long, long time ago Yes there are times in life when we all need a second chance Yes there are times in life when we just can't stand to stand alone In the empty heart So happy Christmas Wherever you might be Oh happy Christmas To my old town used to be And on this town I hope That you're thinking about me Happy Christmas Happy Christmas Happy Christmas baby Happy Christmas. You will get 3 free months if you haven't already used an Apple Music free trial. Type song title, artist or lyrics. Top lyrics Community Contribute Business.