Middling

The fancies and reflections of a loquacious ninja

A song for Christmas

Warning: Cheesy Christian version of a popular Christmas song below. Proceed with caution.

Recommended: Listen to original first for maximum enjoyment.

Note: Not to be merely read. To be sung with great gusto (or at least sung mentally in such a manner).

All I Want For Christmas Is You

Intro

I don’t want a lot for Christmas
There is just one thing I need
I don’t care for lots of presents
Underneath the Christmas tree

I don’t need to hang my stocking
There upon the fireplace
Santa’s nice, but he won’t be my
Joy when it is Christmas Day

I just want here for my own
One who’s more than I’ll ever know
The One who makes me new
All I want for Christmas is
You

Instrumental

Oh I won’t ask for much this Christmas
Only to be white as snow
Only to be right here waiting
For Him to make in me His home

I don’t want to lay my treasures
Here where moth and rust destroy
I just want to celebrate the
Birth of Mary’s baby boy

‘Cause I just want a silent night
To remember angel’s tidings bright
What more can I do?
All I want for Christmas is
You

Short Instrumental

Oh all the stores are crying
For shoppers to buy their wares
Still the sound of mankind’s
Sorrows fills the air

But I hear angels singing
News of great joy they’re bringing
Lord won’t you bring us to the One we really need?
Won’t you please bring us to our knees?

I don’t want a lot for Christmas
This is all I’m asking for
I just want to praise the baby
Born within the stable door

Oh I just want here for my own
The One who makes me white as snow
His promises are true
So all I want for Christmas is
You, baby Jesus

All I want for Christmas is You

Picture from http://www.wgy.com. Apologies for the rampant cheesiness and plagiarism shameless borrowing.

Wishing you and yours a Merry Christmas,

~ Timothy

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