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i will be president for all americans. >> we have not 20 but 50 casualties. >> michael phelps gets a gold medal! ♪ good morning. welcome to a very good morning welcome to special edition of -- as you join us for the next hour. we start to look back at the year that shook the country in so many ways.
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to a 108 year old curse broken in chicago. the celebration of the ones we lost. later home for the holidays with dolly. and her big birthday this year. >> you never age. i says when do i have time. much more with dolly parton and special christmas performance straight ahead. let's get you caught up. black sea. 92 passengers were aboard. many of those missing are from a world famous military band.
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a national day of mourning will be held tomorrow. thousands are in hear pope francis message to the world. he called for peace in syria and peace between israelis and palestines. the queen was still recoverying from a head cold but will attend christmas celebration later on today. back at home winter storms are bringing traffic to a standstill. in arizona were brought to standstill because of the rain, heavy snow and multiple crashes. more storms in effect. a ice storm impact the
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minnesota. there could be storms in canada here what's happening near you. 41 degrees as we look over to the rest of the bay area. we are under freeze warning that will remain in effect until 8:00 a.m. as we bring you down 36 degrees. we're effecting highs of 40 degrees upper 40s lower 50s. those are your christmas morning headlines. we'll send it back to willy. r that gave the country a long overdue shakeup or one that tore it in half. here is a look back at the year that was.
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♪ >> we're following breaking news out of orlando. >> oh, my god. >> police describing a mass casualty shooting at a popular gay nightclub. we can now classify this as the worst mass shooting in the history of the united states. >> thousands come together to remember the 49 victims. >> explosions rocked new york city injuring more than two dozen people. >> everybody get off of this street! >> zika. >> zika has spread to mosquitos here in the continental u.s. >> there is a water issue here in flint, michigan. >> the deadliest police shootings in minnesota. >> deadly police shooting now in north carolina sending off a wave of angry protests. >> tragedy in dallas.
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five officers killed, six others wounded. >> the 2-year-old boy was wading in shallow water in disneyland, california, when it was grabbed by an alligator. >> a transgender bathroom law in north carolina. >> they have to use the bathroom that matches the gender on their birth certificates. >> breaking news. terror in brussels. powerful explosions rocking the airports and the city's subway system. >> terror in france. >> a truck plowed through a crowd at a holiday fireworks display in the resort town of nice. >> the truck was finally stopped by police bullets. the driver killed. >> breaking news tonight on the war in syria. >> this is what the end looks like in eastern aleppo. >> there is no place to go. it's the last place. >> tens of thousands fleeing in on onslaught. please get us out here.
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>> thousands are mourning the death of fidel castro, the brutal dictator. >> i humbly -- >> accept your nomination. >> -- for the presidency -- >> -- of the united states. >> let's begin the with the fallout from the tapes of dond trump. >> this was locker room talk. >> this represents exactly who he is.g through a reported 650,000 e-mails. >> we will make america great again. >> state after state, turning the election map into a sea of red. >> he just blew through every single vote total that democrats had and frankly republicans. >> the president of the united states is donald trump. >> it's time for us to come
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together as one united people. ♪ >> games are under way. >> hussein bolt, still invincible. >> that is an olympic gold medal winning moment. >> katie ledecky smashes the world record! >> and a gold medal for michael phelps in the final olympic race of his career. >> final seconds, it's over! the cavaliers are nbc champions. >> lebron james bringing the title to cleveland. >> they ended their 108-long drought. ♪ >> i am the greatest.
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>> we're not governed by the drafter's intent. we are governed by the laws. >> this view is tremendous. ♪ there is no life i know to compare with pure imagination ♪ ♪ here's the story of a lovely lady ♪ ♪ show me that smile again ♪ sunday, monday, happy days ♪ hallelujah, hallelujah ♪ some man waiting in the sky ♪ purple rain, purple rain
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♪ to look back at 2016, i thered a couple of my smartest friends who also were willing to come in on christmas. alison stewart is the author of "junk" and a contributor to pbs newshour and hallie jackson, she covered every step to the road to the white house. merry christmas. >> merry christmas. >> did you guys get good gifts already? >> yes. so many. >> all right. i don't know how in this short period of time we can condense this incredible year that changed america. let's talk first about politics, hallie, you were there from the beginning, covering ted cruz at first and then donald trump all the way through. where was the moment during this presidential campaign where it became apparent to you that donald trump was somebody to be taken seriously and somebody who could become president of the united states? >> there's a million that come
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to mind when you think about it. some date back to 2015, you know, when we were first doing this primary process but one was the night of the indiana primary when ted cruz dropped out and kind of the whole day leading up to that night because he had just come off this win from wisconsin and people thought the never stop trump would make a stand and then ted cruz dropped out and we started calling donald trump the presumptive nominee and it was a moment where you said, hey, everything is changing. >> for a lot of people, alison, it won't become real until he puts his hand on the bible and is sworn in. >> i think it was actually in late 2015 at the very first presidential republican presidential debate when bret asked, is there anyone that won't support the democratic
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nominee and donald trump's hand went up. he said i fully understand what i'm saying and the second question that megyn kelly asked about how he treated women and political correctness -- >> hallie, some people didn't know how to handle him. all of these people said, wait a minute, this guy is doing things we've never seen before that would be so offensive otherwise but it appears to be working for him. >> if i had a dollar for every source who said, listen, he's going away. why are you asking about him, hallie, i would have willie geist -- >> it's not that great. trust me. there were a lot of people who questioned it right until the end. the other argument was people are saying in polls they like him just to stick it to the man but when it comes time to go into a voting booth and pull it for him, they are not doing it.
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>> polls? what are polls? >> that's the other thing. >> absolutely. let's talk about some of the lighter moments. alison, a strange moment for the campaign, what was your favorite? >> i love this moment because it has nothing to do with politics or policy. john kasich started to show life in the polls and ate his way across new york with such gusto. he went to the bronx and brooklyn. and he ate three pickles. he just kept going. >> he was not self-conscious at all. he would hold news conferences surrounded by the new york and national press and keep diving through a meal, a big ruben sandwich. >> it's awkward to eat on camera and he did it again and again and again. >> no shame whatsoever. what about you? >> i think one was when i was at a tea shop in wisconsin and his
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daughter wanted him to put on a cheese hat head and he wouldn't do it and it turned into this thing where he was like, no, no. and he kept ducking away from the cheese hat and i'm like, this is my life right now. it's spring and i'm standing in a cheese shop with 100 million other members of the media with ted cruz and his kid and a cheese hat. >> isolate one strange moment from this presidential campaign is probably politics. >> harriet tubman was announced that she would be on a $20 bill. i was at the plantation where she was born and i was out there for an hour and i started to whine and the idea that we'll see that on a regular basis and people can really think about what a hero and people who are part of the underground railroad, what heroes they are. >> i love that one because it's a light in an ugly year otherwise. >> this is not even a headline
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but it's adele in "carpool karaoke." you could just rock out to it. >> tre's a lot we should catch you up on from the last year. there's a lot of stuff going on. before i let you go, best gift you've ever received, alison. >> i'm actually wearing it. >> hey. >> this was given to me by my best pal scooter. >> i think you should wear those year-round. >> hey. >> best gift ever received. >> as a kid, there was one present left and it was the barbree dream house with the elevator dream house. >> that is a good one. >> when i was a kid and you just freak out, the spirit of the holiday overwhelms you. >> you two were here on christmas, so thank you to you both. hallie, we'll see you in just a
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minute. straight ahead , a special treat on this christmas morning, a performance by james taylor. and the brave little boy whose dream came true at a big league game after a double hand transplant. plus, the mom who was taken for a ride when her kid scrapped her in to a virtual reality roller coaster. is the just the best. don't miss this. and later, what did you do the bulk of your holiday shopping this year? why so many are struggling to survive even around the holidays. it's all coming up on a special sunday morning edition on christmas, this is "today." and since he's had moderate alzheimer's disease, the same never quit attitude. that's why i asked his doctor about once-a-day namzaric. (avo) namzaric is approved for moderate to severe alzheimer's disease in patients who are taking donepezil. it may improve cognition and overall function, and may slow the worsening of symptoms for a while. namzaric does not change
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(laughing) trap and lock up to 4x more dirt, dust and hair than the store brand stop cleaning. start swiffering. halle is back with me to talk about the highs on christmas day, in no particular order. our first goes to 9-year-old zane harden just a year after hand surge are you. he had an infection that affected his hands and his legs below the knee. he also received a kidney transplant donated by his mother. he's worked for a year to regain function in his hands and boy dud he have it on the field as he threw that first pitch to royals star am jones, dea
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definitely one of the highlights of the year. >> nbc followed his journey the whole way from the beginning. it got me every time. he talked about his mom. >> who gave him the transplant. the family is incredible. > >> our next high of 2016 was that those -- disappeared shortly after this iconic photograph was taken by thomas franklin,ut police began an investigation when a man anonymously dropped off a flag at the fire station in everette, washington, nearly 3,000 miles from manhattamanhattan. brown said he was given this flag at an event two years ago. when he found out the flag was missing, he returned it to the local fire station.
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investigators determined it was the real thing. a group of everette police officers traveled to new york to attend a memorial museum. when he said they're looking for that flag? i have it. >> it's such a symbol. >> our next high goes to the life saving team work along an interstate in south carolina. in july, a man driving a red convertible in lexington county and flipped several times. several people got out of their cars and flipped it up right. the driver still in his seat wearing his seat belt. eventually some pulled over and tried to help. there was gas leaking and that
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crew got him out and believe it or not he was okay. >> it was captured on video, this act of heroism. travis rudolph visited a tallahassee school. as the football players walked through the cafeteria. bo's mom posted a photograph to facebook writing this is one day i didn't have to worry that my sweet boy didn't eat lunch alone. travis later surprised bo with a florida state jersey. travis scored a touchdown making bo a good luck charm. >> who hasn't sat at a lunch table alone where you feel
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totally alone. >> a simple gesture, go and sit with that person and change their lives. >> a leading candidate for father of the year and his awesome son. surgery to remove a brain tumor left 8-year-old gabriel marshall, he said it made him feel like a monster. so what did josh do? he got a tattoo on his head with the exact same scar. he said if they want to stare at you, they'll stare as both of us. one thing we know, he's got a great dad, at his side. >> not the leading contender for father of the year. i think he is father of the year. our final high goes to the chicago area family that found the most entertaining way imaginable to break the stress in a hospital waiting room. as their father went in for a double organ transplant, they thought they would help mom relax by strapping her into a
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virtual realty headset for a wild ride on a simulated roller coaster. >> oh, my god! >> do we have to do anything else on the show? or can we just watch this on the loop. >> i love the reaction. it looks like she's dying. >> they just let her go all the way through the roller coaster. >> it looks intense. next on sunday "today," the one and only dolly parton on the spirit of christmas. we'll talk to dolly about tradition then and now and her rise from those early days. plus a christmas performance from
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take a live look outside at the bay bridge. scott/2shot i'm scott budman... along side vianey arana. who has a check of ur microclimate forecast. i know you were saying you woke up to patchy frost on the wind cheeld. it was colder last night. overnight it's expected to warmup into 40s. san francisco out 41 degrees right now.
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we're not tracking rain or winds. there's not a lot of wind child in the focast. 30s seems to be the trend. we are seeing that freeze warning that will remain until tect until 8:00 a.m. that's due to the cold temperatures dropped into the 20s. we're going to keep a close eye on that. it's going to be nice cool sunny christmas day. we'll see you in a bit. a woman was stabbed to death. police tell us the victim was stabbed last night in east tailor street and 10th. one person was arrested. the mercury news report this city's 47th homicide.
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some passengers bound for san francisco almost didn't make it home for christmas. passengers departed from cancun but diverted. crew members smelled smoke on the plane and declared an emergency. they made landing at the airport where it was determined no fire was on boardment the plight landed late last night. derrick carr is schedule to have surgery after he fractured right fibula. this horrible news for raiders fans. looking ahead at 7:00 newsroom is working on breaking news outside of san francisco.
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that plus the rest of the day's news on christmas morning. before we go, you mentioned thes going to be cold but -- >> 40s and 50s. >> see you back here today. ♪ the secret is a pasta that
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made from the best so it tastes fresh and cooks perfect every time. that's the italian way since 1886. ♪ i'll be home for christmas ♪ you can count on me >> dolly parton singing "i'll be home for christmas" from her christmas special. 2016 has been quite a year for dolly, she turned 70. celebrated her 50th wedding anniversary. put out the 7th album of her career. dolly's holiday movie "christmas of many colors" aired two nights
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ago on nbc. we went to pigeon forge, tennessee. >> all the hard work i have done has allowed so many great things to happen. ♪ working 9:00 to 5:00 ♪ what a way to make a living. >> somebody said you never age, i said when i have got time? i'm so busy. >> over a 50-year career, she sold more than 1 million albums, won seven grammys and been nominated for a couple of oscars too. but the big star with her own theme park is never far from the little girl who grew up in the blue mountains of tennessee. >> you grew up with 12 brothers and sisters. >> mama always made sure we knew
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what christmas is really about. she was always big reading on the bible. so she would always tell us all those things, and we made our own toys, and in those early days, we had no electricity, so in those days, we would make our own christmas ornaments and we would put them on the tree. >> the holidays of her humble childhood is the theme of her nbc movie "christmas of many colors." >> dolly ain't going to work. >> dadly, please, i want to sing, that's all i want to do. >> is it everybody goack to watch some of these tough times of your life play out on tv? >> it's really emotional to me. it makes me miss mama and daddy more than anything. >> it seems as a little girl, you didn't miss the things you
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didn't have, you made it work with your family? >> all the people that were living around us were basically like us, we didn't always make a jo joke. but you don't realize it because we had mama and daddy and we felt safe and loved. >> dolly got her start singing in church and playing a home made guitar for her family. a year after graduating from high school, she moved to nashville to chase her big dreams. she was doing her laundry at a local laundromat when she met carl dean. this year carl and dolly celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary. dolly's album "pure and simple" was inspired in part by her relationship with carl, who ran a paving company and as avoided the spotlight for more than a century. >> "pure and simple" was all about your relationship with
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carl. >> i tried to cover all the kinds of love in the universe. but i wanted to do, i call it my "love of many colors." the dating loves, the secure loves, the cheating loves. but love is love. >> carl, people don't know much about him. but we get little hints about it through the songs. that's just the way he likes it. >> he doesn't like being in the lime light. >> it's kind of impressive because after 50 years he has stayed out of the spotlight. >> he has not wanted to be and i have also respected that privacy and have kept him out of it. >> i have noticed listening to you on stage on this tour and reading some of the interviews you've been doing, you've really been emphasizing dream more, love more, let's care about each
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other. is that a reflection of what's going on in the country right now? are you pushing that message a little harder? >> i am. these days, only because i think, myans have been coming out in droves and i think a lot of people are just needing something kind of refreshing, something a little light hearted, something sot no judgmental or so negative. what a nice welcome, thank you. i've been wanting to see you too. ♪ like a dream we finally found ♪ ♪ pure and simple >> what's this one here. >> this was when i first came to nashville, this is a couple of years after, probably '66, '67. i just like people who get out there and are bold and do it without fear. >> dolly is the bold fearless
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head of a business empire and she took control of her career at a young age. >> you have from the beginning been a very instinctively great businesswoman, started the record label, the publishing, as a very young woman. where did that come from? >> that came from my daddy, he was so smart. he could make a business deal like you wouldn't believe. i got my music and my spirituality from my mom's side of the family. but my smarts, my business sense and just my take on people, just being able to know what's real and what ain't, i get that from my daddy. >> there's instinct and then there's guts, because as a young woman in nashville, it wasn't easy for you to stand up and air i'm taking control of all my music. >> it wasn't hard for me. i wasn't intimidated by men.
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i was very close to my dad and my uncles and my grandpa and all my brothers, so i understand the nature and the personalities of men. i always said i look like a woman, but i think like a man. and i do, i think a lot like my dad and my brothers. i was always flattered when men came on to me, but i always drew that line. i said i got something to offer her, we can all make a lot of money, and if it got to where it passed a certain line, i would walk away from it thinking i would go somewhere with it. but i was fine, it feel served me well-being a girl. ♪ >> at 70 years old and going strong, dolly is counting her blessings this christmas. >> i don't think of myself as old. i look at the numbers and i know. but i feel like i'm as active now and doing better now than i ever have.
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♪ you know i'll always love you ♪ >> always one of my favorite people in the world to interview in case you couldn't tell. >> dolly's christmas of many colors on dvd. where dolly originally lived and where dollywood is was hit hard by the fire in gatlinburg, tennessee. dolly's christmases have changed a bit since those early days of her family making their own gift s. and next week, the very best of our sunday today profiles from leslie odom jr. to our last of dolly partons, and all the movie stars, ceos and world renowned
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ballerinas in between. mpbls and with the online retail world literally at our fingertips, fewer and fewer people are getting in the car and heading to the mall. merry christmas, bay area. we are waking up to cold crisp morning. 36 degrees right now. san francisco still in 40s as with you make your way out to east bay, cold right now. we are under freeze warning for part north bay and the valley unless 8:00 a.m. this morning. extremely yellow would probably gross me out! my dentist recommended pronamel.
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it was just a place to hang out. >> but that place is increed chris fading. >> the mall is no longer the cool, interesting, fun, hip things to do. it's just not. >> reporter: the '90s mall rats culture. >> the easter bunny is at the mall. >> reporter: now it looks much like a time capsule. today many american malls have slowed to a crawl. shopped till their dropped. by people like new mom alley newsom, but now, allealley's ba it. >> do you ever miss it, going to the mall, the whole experience? >> not really.
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it just depends. if i have to roll up to the mall and get the baby in and out of the car and shopping bags, that's a lot. >> the day we showed up at the door, so did -- >> this is for you. >> we have got bed, bath and beyond. pampers. >> almost 10% of all retail sales are done online, contributing to the growing number of so-called dead malls across the country. some now overgrown, frozen in time. haunting images of these one-time american icons of consumerism, captured by photographers and shared online. in the past six years, more than two dozen shopping malls have been shuttered. 15% are expected to close their doors in the next decade. >> what's happened has been almost the survival of the fittest. >> reporter: high end malls
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experts say are thriving, while everyday suburban malls are shrinking with the middle class. it may be less about convenience and more about culture. so no mall? most teens today say malls just aren't cool. >> what do you think when your parents tell you they used to hang out at the mall? >> i think it's crazy. >> you kind of wanted to go to the mall, you wanted to be seen, you wanted to meet a cute boy. that doesn't exist anymore. >> no one really goes there. >> it's whack. >> it's if have a nice outfit, you can just post it. >> reporter: now malls are also getting a new shot. some as offices, hospitals and remember rolling acres in ohio not far away?
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uclid square mall is no longer a church. given all the changes, we decided to ask the expert. >> we have seen studies that show that american malls are dying, you're there every single year. are they? >> i can tell you the american mall is not dying. >> reporter: santa says sure, malls across america have evolved. >> it's the big, big giant enclosed. and other times it's wide open. >> reporter: but in the end, he believes american malls are a tradition, here to stay, just like him. next on sunday today, harry smith, with a christmas day reminder of why this time of year is i love you so much. that's why i bought six of you... for when you stretch out. i want you to stay this bright blue forever... that's why you will stay in this drawer... forever. i can't live without you. and that's why i will never, ever wash you.
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the holiday season always seems like a good time to stop and take stock of where we are. >> what exactly brings us joy during the holidays, it's memories. every time we hear a song, be it
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"joy to the world" or christmas in hollis. we want to say merry christmas and happy new year. >> we relive a little bit of all of the holidays we have loved or endured in the past. it's the rituals we cherish the most. midnight mass. or lighting the minora. the whole idea of bringing light into the world. darkness needs an antidote, why not make a statement. when i was a kid, the sears catalog was known as the wish book. what other time of the year do we even pretend wishes can come true. the planning, the anxiety, the failures, it's all part of the memories. so when we here an ancient yule tide carol, we think of christmases past, and we yearn
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for the simpleness of a child's life, because kids light up this time of year, it is light after all we crave so much. so drive for that neighborhood where the lights are amazing, watch it's a wonderful life for the umpteenth time, sing along to the radio station that only plays christmas music, indeed, let your light shine. >> harry smith on the joy of the holidays. a special christmas day performance from the one and only james taylor. the holidays don't officialy begin, until it's time to make: flaky, delicious, piping hot things. golden brown and sticky things. fresh out of the oven, why can't they cool things? new things, old things. and blink and they're gone, those went fast things.
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now for a real gift this christmas morning. five-time grammy winner james taylor stopping by our studio, singing a song off his album "james taylor christmas." you can catch him on tour at four iconic ballparks. thank you for spending part of your christmas morning and sunday mornings all year with us here on "sunday today." we leave you now with the great james taylor. merry christmas, everyone. ♪ christmas future is far away ♪ christmas past is past ♪ christmas present is here today ♪ ♪ bringing joy that may last ♪ have yourself a merry little
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christmas ♪ ♪ may your hearts be light ♪ in a year our troubles will be out of sight ♪ ♪ in a little while ♪ have yourself a merry little christmas ♪ ♪ make the yule tide gay ♪ in a year our troubles will be miles away ♪ ♪ here we are as in olden days
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♪ happy golden days of yours ♪ precious friends who are dear to us ♪ ♪ gather near to us once more ♪ in about a year i we all will be together ♪ ♪ if the fates allow ♪ until then we'll just have to muddle through somehow ♪ ♪ and have ourselves a merry
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little christmas now ♪ ♪ because everybody knows ♪ steelers today. what a year it's been. coming up on today in the bay.
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