webb & davidson
12/24/2015
Billy Davidson

Story

39 years ago today I met my wife Cynthia at a Christmas party on Christmas eve,

 

Lyrics

All the leaves have fallin''
I hear December callin'
Christmas Eve

I can hear those church bells ringing'
Those old songs we'll be singin'
Christmas Eve

The kids anticipating 
Patiently awaiting
Presents underneath the tree
Don't forget to fill the stockings 
On Christmas Eve

I'll always remember
The day I met her
Christmas Eve

We cuddled up together
Didn't care about the weather
Christmas Eve

It was at that Christmas party
She opened up a part of me
That I had never known
It was in our destiny
To meet on Christmas Eve

So many years ago
We stood below the mistletoe 
Christmas Eve

She was so inviting
It was so exciting 
Christmas Eve

With the snow flakes flying
All those presents lying
Underneath the Tree
It was in our destiny
To meet on Christmas Eve

It's time to stoke the fire
Whatever you desire
Bundled up beside our Christmas tree
And you and I together
On Christmas Eve

webb & davidson
06/11/2015
cp 2015 cdrecords(BMI) by billy davidson

Story

Featured on the new webb and davidson studio album, "gaining ground" 

Lyrics

I hear Mary's back in town
Maybe she'll be coming round
Rumors say she's been doing fine
Haven't seen her in some time

Round, Round, Mary Go Round
Passing through another town
Will she ever settle down
Round, Round, Mary Go Round

Mom and Daddy parted ways
When she was in her early days
Just another mouth to feed
Ran away at seventeen

Round, Round, Mary Go Round
Passing through another town
Will she ever settle down
Round, Round, Mary Go Round

You can always break the chain
And put the past behind you
Can't you see the time has finally come
To get off the Round, Round Merry Go Round

Now she’s on her way again
Off to see some long lost friend
If she’s ever back this way
She’ll always has a place to stay

Round, Round, Mary Go Round
Get your feet back on the ground
When you do I'll be around
Round, Round, Mary Go Round

Round, Round, Mary Go Round
Passing through another town
Will she ever settle down
Round, Round, Mary Go Round