All My Children Transcript Wednesday 12/22/10
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Jake: What's going on? Early Christmas surprise -- I love it.
Amanda: I have something you're going to like even more. Look what's inside.
Jake: Oh, my Lord! Cheesy puff-puffs? Are you kidding me? And beef nib-nibs?
Amanda: Yes. I bet you didn't know they came in holiday colors.
Jake: Cocoa-bites? I did not know that. Are you kidding me? So all of this stuff, and the food that I'm gonna get at the ho-ho hoedown at Krystal's, I'm gonna have to watch my -- I love it very much. Thank you.
Amanda: Oh. Did I mention I also invited Cara and Griffin?
Cara: You looking for this? You took off without it before. Uh-uh-uh! You know what? It rang 10 times when you were gone, and not one call from a guy. Hmm. I memorized this just for you. There was Fiona, and there was Jane, and then there was Elizabeth.
Griffin: So I'm not a monk.
Cara: You think?! Do the ladies know what's going on here, huh?
Griffin: I have never led a woman on -- purposely. I tell them I'm passing through, so they're not pining away for me, which would be unhealthy.
Cara: Ouch. Wow. Right in the heart. Was that about me and Jake?
Ryan: Hey, Kendall, you got any more crayons?
Kendall: Yeah. They're in the --
Ryan: Are you ok? Kendall, is it your heart? I'm gonna get you to a hospital.
Kendall: Stop. Don't touch me.
Greenlee: I know you're pregnant.
Madison: Why are you doing this?
Greenlee: You got sick at the Fusion meeting. I should've figured it out.
Madison: I ate something that didn't agree with me.
Greenlee: I saw your chart.
Madison: What? How? Is that even legal?
Greenlee: Who the hell cares? You're pregnant with Ryan's baby, and I need to know if you're going to tell him.
Madison: Why couldn't you just mind your business?
Greenlee: This is my business. So you can just admit it, and we can move forward.
Madison: Yeah. I'm pregnant.
Greenlee: And you're keeping it a secret from Ryan because why?
Madison: How do you even know that Ryan's the father?
Greenlee: Might as well just be honest with me.
Madison: Honest? You completely invaded my privacy.
Greenlee: What's done is done. I'd like to believe that you slept with the whole starting lineup of the 76ers, but you loved Ryan. You saw a future with him.
Madison: Yeah, until you decided that you wanted him back.
Greenlee: So we're admitting that the baby is Ryan's?
Greenlee: Are you planning on telling him anytime soon?
Madison: I still have a lot of decisions to make.
Greenlee: What does that mean?
Madison: It means I don't know.
Greenlee: Maybe I can help.
Ryan: Will you at least tell me what happened?
Kendall: I was just trying to catch my breath. That's all. What are you doing here?
Ryan: I'm with the boys upstairs. I just thought maybe I'd stick around a little bit longer or maybe even help you decorate.
Kendall: Decorate -- that's why you came over here?
Ryan: What? You don't believe me?
Kendall: No, I do. But I can see the way you're looking at me. You came over here because you -- you came over to check up on me, because you think I've completely lost it.
Amanda: Are you mad?
Jake: No, I'm surprised.
Amanda: I was trying to be friendly.
Jake: With my ex-wife?
Amanda: I didn't think you'd mind. You didn't mind Cara taking the job at the hospital.
Jake: That's because it is just a short-time thing. We're short-staffed. It's just for the holidays.
Amanda: So you don't mind being around Cara here, but --
Jake: Sweetheart, it's a big hospital. We don't necessarily have to run into each other all the time.
Amanda: And if you do?
Jake: If we do, I don't care.
Amanda: I know this is weird for you. It's hard for me, too. The woman you used to be married to shows up out of nowhere, and they let us believe Griffin is her boyfriend when really he's her brother.
Jake: Ok, why are we doing this to ourselves? Why are we talking about this?
Amanda: Because they're here, at least until Cara's papers go through, so we may as well make the best of it.
Jake: Doesn't mean I want to hang out with her.
Amanda: Have you ever heard that saying, "Peace on earth, good will towards men," and women? Cara's back in your life.
Jake: Wait. She's not back in my life. She's not back in my life.
Amanda: She is back in Pine Valley, all right, and we're bound to run into her, so it'd be easier for me if I made her a friend instead of an enemy. So that's why we made a date for lunch.
Jake: Hold on a second. You made a date?
Amanda: Just us girls.
Jake: What are you doing, honey?
Amanda: She'll get to know me. I'll get to know her. I'll get to hear some stories about you back in the day.
Jake: There's nothing to talk about. I was a doctor. I wasn't Jack Bauer.
Amanda: I'm already so proud of you. And hearing stories about how you risked your life to save other people, it could only make you awesomer in my eyes.
Jake: Really? Awesomer?
Amanda: Yes. You are so incredible, I have to think of new words to describe you.
Cara: For the millionth time, I am over Jake.
Griffin: If you say so.
Cara: I do! And you know what? He would be perfect for that DWB job.
Griffin: He told you no a month ago. He doesn't want the job.
Cara: I'm not good at taking no for an answer, ok, and especially when it comes to people who are in desperate need of help that we can give them.
Griffin: That's why you came to Pine Valley?
Cara: Yes. To make the hard sell. Yeah, and there was part of me that wished that Jake was sad and lonely, missing his old life, but he's not interested in the job or me. He has moved on.
Griffin: And you're ok with that?
Cara: I said good-bye, didn't I, for good. Yes, and I would be on an airplane out of here if the government hadn't messed up my paperwork. I cannot wait to get back in the field!
Griffin: I think you can't wait to stalk your ex.
Cara: You know what? No. I am no masochist. I don't want that front-row seat to Jake's perfect new life.
Griffin: You took a job at his hospital.
Cara: I made it very clear to PVH that I didn't want to work there. Why don't you find me a hospital with zero chance of me running into him?
Griffin: You talked to Chief of Staff Angela Hubbard.
Cara: I did! Oh! Thank you for reminding me, because she called to ask me to come in for a shift, and I was thinking maybe you could take me down there in that fancy new rental car that you have, and if you want, you can keep me company. Yeah. And because I'm such a giver like that, I was thinking that you could have dibs on changing the first bedpan. What do you say?
Griffin: I'll give you a ride. I'm not changing any bedpans. I've got business to take care of.
Cara: Of course, you do. Fiona? Elizabeth?
Griffin: Miranda, Center. I'm taking it international. I got to get the ball rolling.
Cara: Ohh, bummer -- not about the center. That you won't be able to go to the hospital to harass me and see if I'm trying to get Jake's attention. Adios.
Griffin: Yeah. Bummer.
Jake: All righty, then.
Amanda: All right. Mrs. Claus has to get back to the mall. I still haven't picked out your present yet, and it would be so much easier to decide if --
Jake: I'm not telling you what I got you if that's what you're talking about.
Amanda: It was worth a shot.
Jake: These lips right here, they're sealed. Zip it. Boink.
Amanda: Let me make sure.
Cara: What? That -- that was lovely. Ok? They're happy, and that's nice. Thank you so much. I love you. Thank you for the lift.
Griffin: What if Jake had said yes to your offer? What if he had blown this town and gone off to save lives with you?
Cara: What if my big brother gave up medicine to become a lounge singer?
Griffin: That's not gonna happen.
Cara: Exactly. He's where he belongs, and soon I will be, too. Ok?
Griffin: When you're with me, you don't have to pretend so much.
Cara: You do know me better than anyone, but sometimes I think you don't know me at all. Now go. Get on out of there. Go save the world. Go. Talk to you later. Hi.
Cara: So Dr. Hubbard asked me to cover a shift, and I'm guessing that you're on it, too, yes?
Cara: Ok, I just -- ok. If this isn't cool, me working here -- if this is gonna be a problem for you, I can --
Jake: Not a problem for me.
Cara: I just want to be sure because when you were ok with me coming to the hospital, we didn't think we were actually gonna be working together.
Jake: It's not gonna be a problem.
Cara: Ok. Cool.
Jake: All right. I suppose I should give you the whole rundown.
Jake: So you're having lunch with my wife?
Griffin: Am I late?
Bianca: I'm always early.
Griffin: Oh. Good. That means you're on top of things.
Bianca: When you try running the European division of a major corporation while raising two little girls, you quickly learn the value of a schedule.
Griffin: I'm glad you said "schedule." I think I'm getting the ball rolling on the Miranda Center. I've targeted four initial locations in different parts of the world. These areas are perfect for our outreach programs.
Bianca: Impressive, but, um --
Griffin: I think we should start with Haiti, since disaster there is the freshest.
Bianca: Do you think we should talk about finances? Fundraising?
Griffin: That's your forte. You've had experience with this, right?
Bianca: I have. But some of our donors have a few concerns.
Griffin: Concerns about what?
Bianca: Some of them are worried about being associated with something that might raise alarm bells.
Griffin: Alarm bells? We're providing health care to --
Bianca: They're not worried about the center or its goals. They're worried about you.
Kendall: You're here to spy on me, make sure I'm not losing my mind.
Ryan: Actually, no. I'm here because you called me and you told me that Spike was missing his dad. Does that ring a bell at all?
Kendall: You're right. Sorry. Maybe I'm just being a little sensitive. I have a lot going on. Keeping up with Fusion has been a major battle right now, but I'm trying to stay plugged in to it. And I've become more involved in the Miranda Center, because I just want to help carry out Zach's mission. And then to top it off, I'm just -- I'm trying to be a good mom. I just want to make sure that the kids have a nice Christmas, you know? It's not easy.
Ryan: Kendall --
Kendall: No, you know what? Ok, so the whole house isn't covered in tinsel. It doesn't mean you have to go on Kendall watch, all right? Trust me, I'm fine. I'm not gonna lose my mind. Ok?
Ryan: Ok, it's just that I'm --
Kendall: I know you want to help. Everybody wants to help, and, ordinarily, I would take you up on it, and I would gladly have you haul all of the Christmas crap down from the attic. I would, but Spike has a play date. He has a play date.
Ryan: I thought he just came home from a play date.
Kendall: He did, but he has another one, because they're on school break, so we got to get going. Actually, I have to go get him ready, so thank you for everything.
Madison: You think I'd use this pregnancy to try to get Ryan back?
Greenlee: It's obvious you still want him.
Madison: He's with you.
Greenlee: That wasn't a denial.
Madison: Ok, can we just back up here for a second, because I was just released from the hospital with a gunshot wound. When they ran my blood work, they found out that I'm pregnant. It's a total shock. Ok? I can't sleep. I can't think straight. My entire life was turned upside down. You think I'm plotting my next move on Ryan?
Greenlee: Just so you know, a baby won't get Ryan back.
Madison: I can't believe you think I planned this.
Greenlee: Maybe you didn't, but it's been known to happen. Women do understand the power that babies have over men. Trying to change them, change their minds -- it doesn't work.
Madison: What kind of person do you think I am?
Greenlee: You admitted doing some pretty crazy stuff in the past. Lying? Scheming? Worse?
Madison: Greenlee, you won. You got everything that you wanted, and now you're coming at me like some jealous girl at Brookings Academy.
Greenlee: I'm not trying to hurt you. I know what you were capable of once. Maybe you still are.
Madison: It is mind-blowing how you can take something so intimate and so personal and make it all about you.
Greenlee: I have been living one long, out-of-control nightmare for months. All I wished for, all I prayed for is that it would end. I just wanted to start over with Ryan, pick up where we left off before everything went insane, and that finally starts to happen. Finally. Now you're pregnant and everything's up in the air again.
Cara: Going to lunch with your wife was her idea. Ok? If you think that I pushed her into it, you --
Jake: I don't think that at all. I am positive it was her own idea. That's how she is. She's very straightforward. She puts her cards on the table.
Cara: Unlike me.
Jake: I used to think you were that way.
Cara: But I go to Pine Valley, I meet your wife, and I don't tell her who I am. I keep up this very old, very hurtful lie.
Jake: Is this some sort of apology?
Cara: You once did say I was the world's worst apologizer.
Jake: But you are the world's worst apologizer, and you want to know why? Because you hate to admit when you're wrong about anything.
Cara: That is so not true!
Jake: Are you kidding me? What about the time we were in the jeep, and you were doing the driving, and you almost went into the river, and I was trying to set a leg in the backseat? What about that?
Cara: What about that? Because it was, like, all this space. Not that close.
Jake: Not that close? I had river mud in my pocket. "Not that close." You said you saw a hippopotamus?
Cara: I'd never seen one before! And I apologized for that one.
Jake: You know what you said? You said, "I'm sorry if you're such a wussy that you can't handle fancy driving." That's what you said.
Cara: That sounds like me.
Jake: Exactly. That's right. And you know what the bottom line is? The truth? You are a terrible driver. Terrible.
Cara: You're a backseat driver.
Jake: See that? No apology.
Cara: I'm sorry, Jake.
Jake: Really? What are you sorry for?
Cara: I'm sorry for a lot. I'm sorry for the way that I left, I'm sorry for lying to you about my brother, and, mostly, I'm sorry for hurting you.
Jake: That's better. Can you do me a favor?
Jake: Lunch with my wife -- can you make it brief?
Cara: Get in, get out. Got it. Better get to work. Don't want to get canned my first day.
Griffin: So you've heard some stories about me? Let me guess. I'm a cowboy. I don't play by the rules. I march to the beat of my own ego. Am I getting warm?
Bianca: You also piss off every official, politician, or philanthropist you come across. You manipulate them, use them against one another, break promises.
Griffin: And I get results. So if I embarrass a few stuffed shirts along the way, I'm fine with that. If I'm making you uncomfortable because --
Bianca: No, you're not doing that. I'm not some socialite you can push around or charm the pants off.
Griffin: Who said you were?
Bianca: The Miranda Center was named after my daughter in honor of the struggle and pain I overcame bringing her into the world. It means more to me than you can ever imagine. Zach brought you into this project, because he thought you can make a difference. And now Zach is dead, and I'm here, and I need --
Kendall: Really? It's that easy?
Madison: I thought you and Ryan were destined to be together. I could never be a threat to what you have.
Greenlee: I didn't say you were a threat, but you are pregnant with his child. And you just expect me to trust you, take your word that there's nothing else going on here?
Madison: There isn't.
Greenlee: I put my faith in someone before, and it turned out to be the biggest mistake I ever made.
Madison: You're not comparing me to David right now? Greenlee, I'm not out to get you. I don't have some master plan to ruin your life.
Greenlee: This is going to change things. I don't know how, but we both know it will, so let's just stop pretending that it won't.
Ryan: What's going on?
Kendall: So it doesn't matter that the whole idea of the Miranda Center expansion came from Zach?
Bianca: Of course, it matters.
Griffin: She's not saying that.
Kendall: I thought I told you I was in charge of the project.
Bianca: Ok, don't blame him. I called this meeting.
Kendall: You're just as bad as Greenlee, Binks. Don't you know what this means to me? Don't you know what it meant to Zach?
Bianca: You know I do.
Kendall: Then tell me what this meeting was about.
Griffin: Your sister was letting me know that she's having troubles with investors because of my rep.
Kendall: What's wrong with his rep?
Bianca: He's been known to cut corners, break some rules to get what he wants.
Kendall: Then let me make the call. I can work these guys. I'm Zach's wife. I will make them see that they have to support the project.
Bianca: Kendall, I --
Kendall: No, I'll make them see that Zach was ready to donate tons of money and dedicate his whole life to it. "Balancing the scales," that's what he used to say. This man who brought so much to my life wanted to make up for I don't even know what, but I can do this.
Griffin: I don't think you can.
Kendall: I have to do this.
Bianca: Ok, we can do it another time. How about we go see the boys?
Kendall: No. Listen to me, both of you. No more meetings without me. No more decisions made without me, ok? If a call needs to be made on Zach's behalf, his wife will make it. Ok?
Bianca: I'm coming with you.
Kendall: No. I need to walk. I just need to walk.
Ryan: Is there something that I should know?
Madison: Greenlee and I keep having the same fight. She's pissed that I got in-between her fight with Kendall, but I keep telling her that it's history. Forget about me.
Ryan: Ok. There's got to be some way that we can try and work this out, right? Madison, I think you were right. I think maybe we should try to keep our distance for a little while.
Madison: Works for me. Let's just end this right here.
Jake: Hey. You must be Simon. I am Dr. Jake. How are you doing today? I saw your mom in the waiting area. Very, very nice person. Very, very nice. So you are here for a shot today, am I right? Let me ask you something. Are you married?
Jake: No? Do you have any children of your own? Brothers? Sisters?
Simon: Older brother.
Jake: I have an older brother. You know what his name is? Thaddeus. We don't like that name very much, so we call him Tad. Tad happens to be very good at pinball. You like pinball? No, you probably like video games, right? It's a little more current -- Tad's old. So, the shot. I know a lot of people get nervous with shots, but I want you to know I have given shots all around the world, even as far as Africa.
Simon: Africa's far.
Jake: Very far, and I've given a lot of shots to a lot of people in Africa.
Simon: To kids?
Jake: Especially kids -- big ones, small ones, tough ones. Even the tough ones were scared of shots, believe me. So you know what's funny? I think you'll find this funny. I came up with a game called, oddly enough, Funny Faces. Funny Faces is the type of -- Hi, Cara. This is my buddy Simon. Simon, this is Cara.
Cara: Hi, Simon.
Jake: Simon's getting a shot today, and he's, I think, a little bit nervous.
Cara: Oh, did you tell him about Funny Faces?
Jake: That's so funny. Weren't we just talking about Funny Faces? We were just talking about Funny Faces, which reminds me. Would you happen to remember the funny face called blowfish?
Cara: Of course!
Jake: Yeah? Right.
Cara: Wait a minute. What about crazy chicken?
Jake: Crazy chicken? Oh, yes, crazy chicken. Crazy chicken goes like this --
Jake: [Clucks] That's about it for crazy chicken. Cara's excellent at giving shots.
Cara: But crazy chicken over here, he's the best. That's why he does that part, and I do this part.
Jake: And we're done. We are done. How was that?
Jake: Yeah? Wasn't so bad, was it? How do you feel? All right?
Jake: Give me some skin. And that's the name of that tune. Good man.
Ricky: Kendall? Hey, hey, hey.
Kendall: Um, I'm sorry. I --
Ricky: No, I know. It's been one of those days, right?
Kendall: Yeah. Won't you come in?
Kendall: I just -- I found out about this meeting about the Miranda Center. That was one of Zach's projects, but they left me out. So I charged over there to prove that I could still be in charge.
Ricky: And instead, you went to pieces.
Kendall: You must think I'm crazy to care so much. I should probably just stay home and take care of myself. But the truth is that when I work on the Miranda project, it makes me feel closer to Zach. And I need that. I need it. Otherwise, I'm lost.
Ricky: But you got to know it's not always gonna be like this.
Kendall: How do you know that?
Ricky: Because I've counseled a lot of parishioners who have suffered a tragic loss.
Kendall: But what do you when you've lost a part of yourself, a part that you can never get back?
Ricky: It's still there, Kendall. That never goes away.
Kendall: Never felt like this before. I feel so scattered, you know? I feel like I'm just searching everywhere, and I'm trying to feel connected again.
Ricky: You're doing great. I've seen you with your boys, being a mom to them. And so what if you're still a bit of a mess? Who isn't, right? You're still getting up every morning, you're putting on your shoes, and you're taking another step every day.
Kendall: That's just the thing. When I start to move forward, I fall back again. I start questioning everything, like why did Zach have to die and why did it happen?
Ricky: You're never gonna know the answer to those questions. So this Miranda Center expansion -- it meant a lot to Zach?
Ricky: Then try again.
Kendall: And what if I fall apart again?
Ricky: Then let me know. I'm pretty good at putting pieces back together.
Bianca: I don't know how to help my sister.
Griffin: It's out of my area of expertise.
Bianca: Ohh. She isn't always. She had a heart transplant a couple years ago.
Griffin: Yeah. A transplant.
Bianca: We didn't think she was gonna make it.
Griffin: She's had quite a life.
Bianca: Yeah. No kidding.
Griffin: She wasn't what I thought she would be like from Zach's description.
Bianca: Yeah, she's a complicated person. That's why we love her so much.
Griffin: So you want to get back to the donation list? We can get back to work on that?
Bianca: No. Not without Kendall.
Griffin: Listen, I don't think Kendall really knows what --
Bianca: She will be fine. She's had her heart ripped out -- in a different way this time. She's the strongest person I know.
Griffin: I don't know why people put themselves through this.
Bianca: Through what?
Griffin: Falling in love. Letting in someone "so deep" that it wrecks their life. It leaves them hopeless. What?
Bianca: If I have to explain it to you, you are too hopeless for words.
Jake: Thank you very much for that assist. Kids can be a tough audience.
Cara: Oh. You were doing great. I just couldn't resist. It made me think of that little boy from Equatoria.
Jake: Hmm. Yeah.
Cara: I'm sorry. I should've just let you do your thing.
Jake: No, are you kidding me? I couldn't believe you remembered funny faces. That was like a --
Cara: Some things you never forget.
Amanda: Hey, Cara. Hey, you.
Jake: Hi, babe.
Amanda: Did I miss anything exciting?
Jake: No, nothing at all.
Greenlee: I'll send Madison flowers. Everything will be fine.
Ryan: Will it?
Greenlee: Yes. She said she wants to be left alone. Sounds good to me. You're the one who said we should stay away from each other.
Ryan: I ran into Madison at ConFusion yesterday. She got a call from the hospital.
Greenlee: About what?
Ryan: I don't know. I just figured that it had to do with her shoulder, the gunshot that she's not taken care of because she doesn't have the money, so what I did is I made an appointment with a specialist.
Ryan: She had it canceled. She didn't want to accept help.
Greenlee: From you. That's her choice.
Ryan: Something more is going on here, Greenlee. I can tell. She quit her job, and now she's talking about moving away?
Greenlee: About that --
Ryan: I just feel bad. I want to help. I want to do something, but I know I can't keep pushing like that.
Greenlee: Can I please just --
Ryan: And it's the holidays and everything's so crazy right now. Kendall is still suffering, and Erica is -- she's facing charges. I just know that with all this craziness, I need to keep focused on what's important. I have to focus on us.
Greenlee: You do?
Ryan: Yeah. We can't get lost in all this craziness. We got to focus on you and me, and we just got to take one day to spend time together and just turn off the phones and shut out the world. What do you say about that?
Bianca: Hey. Sorry about before.
Kendall: Me, too.
Bianca: I just came over to see if you wanted help getting ready for Christmas.
Kendall: No, that's ok. I don't think now is such a good time.
Bianca: Ok. Let me just get the stockings. The boys have been wanting to hang them up.
Bianca: Miranda keeps checking hers every day.
Kendall: What is that?
Bianca: I just found it in the closet off the guestroom.
Kendall: I didn't put it there.
Bianca: Zach did.
Ryan: I got to tell you, I'm a little surprised. I thought maybe you would fight me on this.
Greenlee: Why would I fight spending alone time with you?
Ryan: Well, I don't know. Ever since I ran into you and Madison, something's kind of seemed up with you. I just figured maybe it had something to do with me.
Greenlee: Everything's fine.
Ryan: Good, because I really want to do this. I want to just take a day, you know? I do.
Ryan: But it's tough, it's the holidays, and things are so crazy right now. It feels a little selfish to check out.
Greenlee: We're allowed to be selfish for one day.
Ryan: Ok. So then maybe we could start with a little breakfast in bed, and then maybe a little lunch in bed, and then some dinner in bed, and a little bit more bed time after that. How does it sound so far?
Greenlee: I have to tell you something. If we do this, I might stay here forever, forget there's anyone else except us.
Singer: It's been a hard one getting cold can see me breathing
Amanda: What have you guys been doing?
Jake: Charts and paperwork. Both things. Uh, you know what? Your timing is impeccable. Did you know that?
Amanda: No. Why?
Jake: It is because Cara was called in by Angie to cover a shift, but there's not much going on. I thought maybe I'll pull a little rank, and I'll just punch out a little early, so I can spend some quality time with my wife. Are you ok with that?
Cara: Absolutely. Yeah.
Jake: Awesome. Fantastic. Ok, great. If anything does happen, have someone call me.
Cara: Have fun.
Griffin: Hey. You save anybody fun today? Where were you just now?
Cara: Oh. I was thinking about what I'm going to do to pass the time.
Griffin: Jake around?
Cara: He just left with Amanda.
Griffin: So how's it going working with him?
Cara: It's like he's not even here. I hardly ever see him.
Kendall: "For Ian."
Kendall: "For Spike."
Bianca: He must've hidden them a while ago.
Kendall: "To my wife."
Bianca: Do you want to open it? Hey, I'm here. And Mom's here. Uncle Jack. We love you so much, and we are gonna get through this together. I am gonna make us some tea.
Singer: The lights are twinkling the snow is sprinkling the mistletoe's hanging, and I'm there waiting. Carolers singing and sleigh bells ringing. The only thing missing a little Christmas kissing, Christmas kissing. There's one last thing I need to do. I'll put a Christmas kiss on you, 'cause the lights are twinkling, the snow is sprinkling, the mistletoe's hanging, and I'm there waiting. Carolers singing, and sleigh bells ringing. Now there's nothing missing, with some Christmas kissing. I got some Christmas kissing. Now there's nothing missing, with some Christmas kissing
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