Lane Cameron

Lane Cameron

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Jazz - Contemporary | Reno, Nevada, United States
Total Song Plays: 379   
Member Since: 2004
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Song Description

This is a song about the wonder and beauty of Christmas time as seen through the innocent eyes of children. It captures the magic of the holiday season.

Story Behind the Song

The Christmas Spirit should always be with you.


Everywhere is Christmas
©2005 Simons & Cameron

Everywhere is Christmas
Every day can be
Live your life in blessed bliss
Everywhere is Christmas, to me

Every time I light the fire
Welcome warmth will stay
Season?s greetings flying higher
Everywhere is Christmas, today

Christmas is everywhere
-Timeless tidings
-Peace and prayer
All your life the holiday air
....fills your heart with love

Christmas is everywhere
-That people share
Don?t give up and don?t despair
....there will be enough

Everywhere is Christmas
Every heart can me
Live your life in magic mist
Every heart is Christmas. to me

Every time I hold you near
All the season, All the year
All my life the holiday cheer
Everywhere is Christmas, today

Christmas is everywhere
-Christmas mirth
-is always there
Roasting chestnuts in the square
....fills your heart with love

Christmas is anywhere
-Christmas rhymes
-and holiday fairs
Happy times with joy to spare
....And all the warmth above

Lane Cameron (775) 324-4300
Taxi member #G-0604-6601

Song Length
Unique - Children, Unique - Holiday
Tempo / Feel
Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Joyful, In High Spirits

Subject Matter
Peace, Hope

Similar Artists
Mannheim Steamroller, Peter, Paul & Mary
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Gordon Simons
Music Credits Gordon Simons Lane Cameron
Producer Credits Gordon Simons Lane Cameron
Publisher Credits Lane Gordon Music
Performance Credits Lane Cameron /Gordon Simons/Rachael Eamigh