Mark Anthony Mendoza

Rookie (01/23/79 / Pasay City)

This Christmas Day


Its Christmas again and im here far with you
No gifts to share with just me and myself alone
It’s cold this Christmas and im celebrating it alone
Singing songs alone while gazing on your picture in this room

And in this season of love im sheding a tear just for you
Lying alone in my bed watching kids playing and singing
Hoping you’ll be home this Christmas and be back into my arms
Doesn’t care if there’ll be no gift around, just you by myside is enough

And I’ll be waiting here for you this Christmas
Though I know it’s hopeless, wishing for miracle, hoping for magic
And in this Christmas I’ll be dreaming of you
Remembering the days when you are here with me

God show me your magic, make her turn, make her come home again
Please let me hold her arms in this Christmas
I’m hopelessly wishing and craving only for her this Christmas
And I hope love will win and love will show us the way back into our arms

And I’ll be waiting here at my door for you
Though I know you’re in someone elses arms
I’ll be dreaming and remembering our days
Those day we are smiling and holding each other arms

And if I can find a way to be with you again
I'll just keep on hoping and dreaming
For my love is you, and i'll be doing it again and again
Until you find you way back home this Christmas

Submitted: Sunday, December 23, 2007
Edited: Tuesday, May 03, 2011
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