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Christmastime is here again, it comes around every year. It's a sight to behold as the weather turns cold, and everybody fills with cheer. But here's the thing I'm gonna sing and I hope it won't make you sore: Christmas isn't just for Christians anymore. Now hear me out, I'm not putting down anyone's religious views. If I had to confess, I'd say it's anyone's guess and I support your right to choose. To my Christian friends I just say "Amen" to that ideology, peace on earth goodwill towards men sounds pretty good to me. So, Christmas isn't just for Christians anymore, it's for the boys and the girls all over the world and for the agnostic next door. Because we all see ghosts who change us and we go home if only in dreams, so Christmas isn't just for Christians so it seems. I got a neighbor on the corner erects a billboard every Christmas season, and he's got a floodlight so you can read it at night and know Jesus is the reason. But December 25th has had significance ever since we started tracking the sun, without the pagans and the heathens there'd be no Christmas season because we plagiarized all their fun. And now, Christmas isn't just for Christians anymore, it's for the boys and the girls all over the world and for the agnostic next door. Because we all see ghosts who change us and we go home if only in dreams, so Christmas isn't just for Christians so it seems. And Merry Christmas everybody.
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