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“Hope will bring you home”



“Hope will bring you home”

It’s Christmas time and we’re far from home the memories flood our mind
We remember times of long ago friends and family left behind
The laughs, the gifts, the mistletoe we all had so much fun
Those years are gone, we’re far from home, and we’re feeling all forlorn

Chorus
Hope will bring you home to be with family who are dear
Hope will kindle hearts just like a loving flame that’s clear
Hope will push us on through the snow or through the rain
Hope will keep us together to bring us back, home once again

Christmas day is finally here, mum was busy all day long
I could hear her singing carols prepped the dinner to a song
We opened gifts had lots of fun and made a lot of noise
Thank you dear old Santa Clause for giving us all those toys

Chorus
Hope will bring you home to be with family who are dear
Hope will kindle hearts just like a loving flame that’s clear
Hope will push us on through the snow or through the rain
Hope will keep us together to bring us back, home once again
 

Bridge
Christmas is for everyone family, friends, and kin
Regardless of religion if we love them we all win
Just embrace, those, you love the most, just hold them, and be kind
Let’s sing a song together, let’s sing for “Auld Lang Syne”

Chorus
Hope will bring you home to be with family who are dear
Hope will kindle hearts just like a loving flame that’s clear
Hope will push us on through the snow or through the rain
Hope will keep us together to bring us back, home once again

I reminisce of the turkey, potatoes, cranberry, stuffing too
The aroma of the baking all my dreams of seeing you
The Christmas tree is all aglow with tinsel, lights so bright
It illuminated Christmas day everything's gonna be alright

Chorus
Yes, hope will bring you home to be with family who are dear
Hope will kindle hearts just like a loving flame that’s clear
Hope will push us on through the snow or through the rain
Hope will keep us together to bring us back, home once again (X2)

Written by Chris Turner
November 20, 2013

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