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HAPPY HOLIDAYS


Happy Holidays, M
Glad I'm not with him
The one who goes back to her
Living with as you were

Being friendly, cooking dinner
That smile doesn't make you a winner
Get drunk maybe you can take it
Making love to the lady which with you fake it

She's your pretend partner at home
You build your life with her and roam
On back there, I'm in the way
You're so smart, teach her to play

Take her to the work party with you
Show your coworkers who you do
Your best for by living there
Let them see how you really care

For me, who's dressed up tonight
For me, who's love is right
While you go home to your dirt
Happy Holidays, I don't hurt

As I hope your heart it breaks
As tonight there's double takes
Questions of where's my man
Where I'll have to answer-he's in his roommate's land

Where he says he's free
The jokes no longer on me
Serving, giving, loving him too
So he can have Happy Holidays with you

When New Years Eve rolls around
In her house at her birthday he'll be found
Kissing her at midnight's call
Not remembering me at all

While I'll be somewhere celebrating
Without me and you there's no hating
These Happy Holidays of touch
Where I don't have to cry and such

After being tender with someone
Who runs home to her after my fun
Then wants to spend a couple's night
With his roommate that has us fight

Tearing up our souls to bits
Because of my jealous fits
That he says are unjustified
While 15 months I've dearly cried

Making love to him then grieving
Because he's always leaving
Going back to Happy Holidays
With the woman where he stays.


12/17/2005 0545 cj





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