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The Season For Romance Lyrics

Artist: Lee Ann Womack
Album: The Season For Romance

(Greg Barnhill/Phil Swann)

She smiles at him, he says, "Hello"
They stand beneath the mistletoe
Embarrassed by the awkward circumstance

He asks her if she€™d like a drink
She says, "I better not I think
Oh, what the heck, maybe just one glass"

They talk about, oh, this and that
He says, "I like the way you laugh
And I€™m so really glad you€™re here"

Then suddenly it€™s much too warm
She feels his hand against her arm
The season loves the reason for romance
It€™ll get you if you give it half a chance

The night goes on, the music plays
A moonlight Christmas serenade
A lovers€™ song that€™s meant for only two

And they don€™t even know it yet
But this is one they€™ll not forget

The holiday where all their dreams came true
Across the floor he spins her around
Oh, could it be they€™ve finally found
A love worth waiting for

Then in the tender yuletide bliss
They share an unexpected kiss
The season loves the reason for romance
It€™ll get you if you give it half a chance

Then suddenly the night is gone
It€™s late into an early morn
The season loves the reason for romance
It€™ll get you if you give it half a chance
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