Just on Christmas Day?

Posted: December 22, 2015 in Christmas, friendship, life, love, music, personnel characteristics, words
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I’m sure we’ve all heard it said that, “Christmas is a time to love”, but isn’t every day a time to love one another?

Maybe we need to stop for a moment this Christmas and remind ourselves that not only are there those around us who particularly need a hug, or shown love this Christmas, but there are thousands, millions around the world who need someone to show them some love every day of the year.

Don’t Save It All For Christmas Day by Avalon

Don’t get so busy that you miss
Giving just a little kiss to the ones you love
Don’t even wait a little while
To give them just a little smile, a little is enough

See how many people are crying
Some people are dying
How many people are asking for love

So don’t save it all for Christmas day
Find a way to give a little love everyday
Don’t save it all for Christmas day
Find a way, ’cause holidays have come and gone
But love lives on if you give on love

How could you wait another minute
A hug is warmer when you’re in it, oh, baby, that’s a fact
And saying, ‘I love you’s” always better
Seasons, reasons, they don’t matter, so don’t hold back

See how many people in this world
So needful in this world
How many people are praying for love

So don’t save it all for Christmas day
Find a way to give a little love everyday
Don’t save it all for Christmas day
Find a way, ’cause holidays have come and gone
But love lives on if you give on, give love

So let all the children know
Everywhere that they go
Their whole life long
Let them know love

So don’t save it all for Christmas day
Find a way to give a little love every day
Don’t save it all for Christmas day
Find a way to give a little love to everyone, everyone

Don’t save it all for Christmas day
Find a way, ’cause holidays have come and gone
But love lives on if you give on, we gotta give love
Give love

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