Boca Chica

Boca Chica

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Song Description

A rye look at getting dumped on Christmas Eve-- lots of good Christmas and country references throughout. Perfect for a female contemporary country singer, but could easily be adapted to the male perspective.

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Lyrics

The tree is up and the little lights twinkle bright
I wrapped your presents last night by candle light
The candy canes and the stockings all hang like yesterday
But I'm crying in my bathrobe cause you went away

Chorus:

And if you were gonna leave me, why not Valentine's or Halloween? Any Monday or Thursday, but not on Christmas Eve

The carolers out my window can all go to hell, can't take no more singin', no Frosty, no Silver Bells.

Gonna turn off the TV, cause It's a Wonderful Life just ain't the kinda program I wanna see tonight

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And if you were gonna leave me, why not Valentine's or Halloween? Any Monday or Thursday, but not on Christmas Eve


What will I do with your presents? That Johnny Cash box set? Gonna throw 'em in the alley with your new Stetson hat
Gonna throw out the turkey, but the eggnog I will drink, with a double shot of whiskey from the bottle under the sink

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And if you were gonna leave me, why not Valentine's or Halloween? Any Monday or Thursday, but not on Christmas Eve

Tag: Why'd you have to leave on Christmas Eve?

Song Length
3:41
Genres
Unique - Holiday, Country - Honky Tonk
Tempo / Feel
Medium Fast (131 - 150)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Moods
Stressed, Distressed

Subject Matter
Breaking Up, Dysfunctional Relations

Similar Artist
Reba Mcentire
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Hallie Pritts
Music Credits Hallie Pritts
Producer Credits Hallie Pritts
Publisher Credits Hallie Pritts
Performance Credits Boca Chica