A Christmas Proposal (2008) Movie Script

Stop fidgeting.
Why do we have
to see your dad?
I mean, maybe
there's a problem.
Maybe there's something
wrong with the financing.
You know, maybe
it hit a snag.
There's my little girl!
Sir, I just want
you to know that I...
Sit, sit.
Sit, sit, sit.
Great news.
Just finalized the deal
for 70 percent of Fillmore
for the new resort and spa.
Wow, 70 percent,
that's phenomenal.
What about the other
30 percent?
Well, made the town
a generous offer,
and they've agreed
to give it to us.
Yeah, you know,
eminent domain.
They're going
to declare it a eyesore
or blighted or something.
It's standard procedure.
Blighted? Fillmore, really?
Yeah. Hey, I need you
to go up there tomorrow
and get the city council
to agree to it, too.
That's it. Bye, honey.
Wait, wait, wait, sir.
I don't really think I'm the
right person for the job.
What are you
talking about?
You're my number 1
attack dog.
Plus, I mean,
isn't it your hometown?
Yeah, that's the problem.
Oh, that reminds me.
If we work the financing
by New Year's,
we have to have
the paperwork filed
before the start
of the holiday season.
Okay, I totally
understand that,
but, sir,
I really think...
Hey, kid.
You're not going
in this alone.
You've got
the light of my life,
and more importantly,
I put together this.
It's me, it's awesome,
and play it during the meeting.
You're going to be fine.
It's a small town, and I
haven't been there in a while.
And besides, I had
that really special thing
planned for this weekend.
Yeah, I know.
I'm sorry I'm being
so insensitive.
If I were you,
I would do that special thing
on the way home,
after you've made the deal
and pleased your boss.
You know? Do that.
This guy! I see, you know...
Have fun.
He's fantastic.
I know.
Well, guess we're
going to Fillmore.
When the Christmas lights
are twinkling
And the glistening snow
has fallen
Sleigh bells keep
a perfect rhythm for
A Christmas dance
with you
Time's suspended,
hold me closer
a starry blanket
I'd give anything,
including the moon
For a Christmas dance
with you
I can't remember
a feeling like this
Such heavenly bliss
Intoxicated by your kiss
And if you should ask me
I'll say I don't mind
So were you able
to reschedule
the other thing
we talked about?
Well, once we wrap
this proposal,
then we'll get started
on the other proposal.
I knew you'd
work it out, buddy,
Hold on a second.
That's great,
you're kidding.
That... that's fantastic news.
Hold on a second.
Uh-huh, sure.
Okay, I'm back.
So tell me, what is
the big plan anyway?
It's perfect,
it's this great little
town in Connecticut. It's...
where we went on
our first date.
You know what?
That reminds me of my second
wife, when I proposed to her.
I had the Blue Angels
write up in the sky...
We were in San Fran, and we...
Uh, you know what?
Wait a minute, maybe...
It was Tel Aviv
because it was in Hebrew.
So it had to be
my third wife.
Right, but it's just
as romantic, I hope.
Well, you know
what I always say...
actions speak
louder than words.
Yes, they do.
So do you have,
uh, it on you?
It is a $15,000 ring,
and I'm not letting it
out of my sight.
You got off easy, buddy,
but I'll tell you what.
My daughter's going
to be very happy.
Very happy, indeed, son.
Call me when you wrap
this whole thing up.
Will do.
I'm still here.
Yeah, he's right here.
I don't know.
He was on the phone.
I don't know who
he was talking to.
Honey, I want you guys
to have fun tonight.
And it could be a big night,
so keep me posted,
Thanks. Bye-bye.
I love you, honey.
Carriage signed on to anchor
the new shopping development.
But before you start
signing any leases,
remember what your father said,
that in order for us
to get the financing
by the end of the year...
Get the paperwork filed
before the financiers
leave for their holiday break,
blah, blah, blah.
You are so cute
when you get nervous.
Who said anything
about being nervous?
For what you're about to do
to their property values,
this town should be
kissing your butt,
ex-girlfriends included.
Santa Claus is on his way
In a sleigh
Hip, hip, hooray!
I can't wait
for Christmas Day
Hi, Lisa.
How are you?
I'm good, good.
How are you?
Good, just getting the rest
of these flyers passed out.
Oh, my Lord.
You never stop working.
Oh, I'll rest when those Malones
find another place to build.
If I know Rick...
Oh, don't worry.
I'm ready for your son,
that little son of yours.
Well, that's good
because they're coming.
What's this?
Is that her?
Aww, I can't wait
to meet her.
No, get back in the car.
Ugh. No, no, no.
You must be Lisa.
Lisa, this is...
Reagan Malone.
Like my flyer?
Wow, 30 seconds,
and already with the tone.
Tone? I don't have a tone.
I was just asking a question.
I'm just trying to help my town.
What's so wrong with that?
Your town?
Oh, I can't call it
my town anymore?
Oh, sure, since you've
been here a whole
two or three times
since graduation?
Too busy for 15-year
reunion... your town.
Look around.
This place needs us.
I'm going to call
She's lovely.
Why don't you just admit
that you're afraid of change?
I am not afraid of change.
You are, too.
No, I'm not.
Yes, you are.
I'm not.
You are, too, that's why
you wouldn't leave the town.
Oh, really?
You know what? I hope you're
prepared for tonight, okay?
I'll see you later,
there, city guy.
I hope you're ready
for tonight, country person.
Okay, great, you should
watch your mouth.
You watch your mouth.
Ready, at least more
ready than you know.
Can you hear me?
We're so going to have to
wire this town. I know.
Hi, honey.
Oh, it's so good to see you.
Good to see you.
You look wonderful.
Thank you.
Mom, I would like
you to meet...
Reagan, I'm so sorry. It's a
pleasure to finally meet you.
You, too.
So how is everything?
Oh, everything is great.
You know, no snow.
So, of course, there are
no people on the hills.
Well, that's what we're
here to change, right, baby?
That's right, babe.
You know, um,
could I just speak
to you for a moment?
Yeah, sure.
Babe, could you go
inside really fast?
I just need
to talk to my mom.
Thank you. Please, make
yourself comfortable.
Isn't she great?
Oh, yeah.
She's so pretty, yes.
There's something I really
wanted to talk to you about.
Do you actually
have to do this now?
I told you,
you're going to be fine.
We're going to put you in a brand-new
building with plenty more rooms.
This is a great location.
It's going to be great.
I-I actually like
where I live, you know?
And, um, it's really hard
to start over when you're 60.
You know?
Mom, I'm not going to go
through this with you again.
Okay. Good.
Now how long can
you and Reegan stay?
It's Reagan.
Actually, we're gonna leave right
after the meeting tonight.
Oh, now, come on.
What is the hurry?
I just have a couple things
that I got to take care of.
It's good to see you.
It's good to see you.
Come on. Let's go.
I think that we'd like
to thank the church for the
use of the hall, of course,
and the ladies
of the synagogue
for all the fine refreshments
that they've supplied.
Yea, thank you.
They are a great bunch.
It's good to see
everybody here tonight.
It's a great turnout,
to say the least.
You all know why we're here.
It's pretty important.
I guess we should call
this meeting to order.
That's Wayne Beauregard.
All he ever used to do
was play scratch tickets.
I swear, he'd get 20
of those things a day.
Now, it's my understanding
that Alexander Malone
would like
to address the town,
Am I correct with that, Rick?
Yes, Mr. Mayor.
Shame on you.
You grew up in this town, too.
Yea, thank you.
Who is that?
You don't know her.
She's new.
We won't have any more outbursts
like that, please. Okay?
Uh, where is Mr. Malone?
Is he here?
Actually, we have a DVD.
Well, I-I was
under the impression
he was going to be
speaking for himself.
What does a DVD
have to do with this?
Well, I'll just turn it
over to you, Rick.
Ladies and gentlemen,
I'd like to present
Mr. Alexander Malone.
Good evening,
ladies and gentlemen.
I just want to say
it's an honor
to be with you tonight.
I want to share
a vision that I have,
a vision for Fillmore...
Fillmore's past,
Fillmore's present,
and Fillmore's future.
Now I love
the intrinsic small-town
values that you have.
I really do.
And that's why I decided
to make it the site
of my newest development.
Now, I was looking around,
and I noticed that
there's something
really important missing.
Maybe you've seen it, too.
Now you can't
call yourself a ski town
if you don't have snow.
No snow, no skiing.
No skiing, no customers.
No customers, no cash.
And why should we rely on Mother
Nature for our prosperity?
I mean, what has Mother
Nature done for us lately?
hurricanes, tsunami,
not to mention
global warming,
and it's real, folks.
Now here's my vision.
of the future of Fillmore.
A beautiful 5-star
resort and spa
open 12 months a year,
snow or shine,
packed full of people.
Busloads of senior citizens
driving up there.
Can't wait to spend
their Social Security checks,
great cell phone service,
free wi-fi, plenty of jobs...
I know what you're thinking.
We don't want to lose
our small-town charm.
We don't want
to become too rich.
Folks, that's what
I love about this place.
We're not going
to lose the charm.
And you can never
be too rich, believe me.
We're going to make it better.
That's right, together,
we're going to have
more small-town charm.
When you hear
the name Malone,
I want you
to think progress.
It has truly been my honor
to be with you this evening.
Thank you very much,
and I hope to see you all
in the future.
That was quite impressive.
Lisa, would you like
to make a rebuttal?
Yes, Mr. Mayor.
Please, Lisa.
Oh. I'm kind of nervous.
Hi, guys.
Um, so are we talking
about our town of Fillmore?
Or are we talking about
some new theme park?
But, Lisa, come on.
I mean, our schools
are overcrowded.
Our fire and police
we really need equipment
that we can't afford.
I second that.
Right. And you know, so do I.
But there are ways
of finding funding,
without all of us
having to sell our homes.
We have always been a town
about helping each other,
a community,
a community of families.
Rosemary, remember
when you lost Bruiser?
Yeah. Everybody helped
look for him all night.
Yeah, and they
found him, right?
Let's think about
the small businesses,
the local business owners
like Joshua.
Joshua, who has run our local
pharmacy for what, 20...
25 years.
25 years.
So Fillmore doesn't
need progress.
No, because thanks to each and
every one of us in this room,
we have exactly
what we need...
everything right here,
right now.
And Casey, who has run
that dry cleaning service
and listened to our pro...
Everything we need?
Well, yeah. I mean,
I think everything we need.
Do you remember when
you had pneumonia?
Yeah. What about it?
I had to drive
all the way to Lincoln.
Okay, he had to drive
all the way...
15 miles to Lincoln.
Okay, so we're not perfect.
But it doesn't have
to be that way.
You shouldn't have
to wait for medicine
just because Joshua's
store is out of stock.
No offense.
Okay, and is that how
you judge the quality of life?
I see, probably so.
But we don't.
We're a family.
And we've always been
a town about being there
for each other,
and being a community.
And I guess that's something
that you, and her,
and Alexander Malone
will never really understand.
I think it's great
that you all helped
find Rosemary's dog
Why not have the best
of both worlds?
Why not be quaint
and efficient?
Alexander Malone is not trying
to steal the character
of this town, or its spirit.
He... We...
are just trying
to make it better.
I guess that's it.
We'll let you know
what the results are.
Meeting's adjourned.
Thanks for coming.
Good night.
Daddy, it was amazing.
The bill passed 6 to 4.
Yes. I will call you
when we're back.
Uh, two words.
Two words.
First word...
Pregnant woman.
Pregnant Godzilla woman.
I just want to see my mom
for two minutes.
Why can't we
just leave now?
The Rickmeister!
What are they
doing here?
Maybe I, kind of,
sort of, invited them.
Oh, you look great, right.
Oh, look at the love.
Ow. Yes.
Come in, come in.
Look who I found.
Hi, Mom.
How are you?
Hey. Hey.
So, um, I heard you did
a great job
at the meeting tonight.
You did a great job
in there, too.
Well, you won.
Well, I hope everyone
has an appetite
because I made
my very special holiday pie.
- Mmm.
- Mmm.
God bless you, Maggie.
Yummy. Mmm.
So, Reegan,
what do you do?
Uh, Reagan.
It's Reagan.
Reagan, what do you do?
I oversee the design
of all of Malone Development's
construction projects.
the spa was my idea.
Rick was showing me
some pictures of the town,
and I said even though
it looks like a real pit,
we could probably
do something with it.
A pit?
What she means is that
we're really excited
about improving the town.
Right, sweetie?
So Lisa, I hear
you're an attorney, too.
A lot of pro bono work?
Well, yeah, I guess we can't
all move to the big city
and be ambulance
chasers, can we?
As a matter of fact,
Rick happens to be
one of the youngest,
most successful
attorneys in his firm.
And after this proposal,
he might even make partner.
Small price to pay
for selling your soul.
All right, that's enough.
Let's go. Come on.
Oh, no. No, no.
Rick, wait.
Wait a second,
Rick, please.
These are your friends.
They care about you.
Sweetie, can you...
Just give me a minute, okay?
Reagan's a really
good person, Mom.
Oh. Look, I'm sure she is,
but, you know, she said some
rude things about the town.
Can you keep a secret?
Oh, my... Is that real?
Yeah, it is, Mom.
Well, I-I didn't know
it was this serious.
Yeah, that's why
we've got to get going.
I've got a whole surprise
waiting on the way home.
I've got a whole
breakfast planned.
Wow, I... I didn't know
she meant this much to you.
Listen, I love you, okay?
I'll, uh, call you
in a couple of days. Bye.
Bye, and, uh,
good luck, huh?
Thanks, Mom.
Will you slow down?
We've got
a schedule to keep.
But that doesn't mean
you got to get us killed.
We can still get there.
What are you talking about?
Aah! Make it stop!
I'm trying!
Are you okay?
I told you to slow down.
Just great! Great!
I can't get a signal.
What are we going to do?
I have no idea.
Will you stop
looking at that thing?
This is a real emergency.
I didn't bring enough
luggage to get stuck here.
Oh, I'm sorry about you
and your luggage.
Just get out of the car
and see what's wrong.
I'm gonna get out of the car
and see what's wrong.
You're such a baby.
As your office manager and
bookkeeper, it is my sworn duty
to tell you that we can
afford to turn up the heat.
Oh. I come bearing
warm beverages.
Okay, okay.
I'll turn on the heat.
Just trying to save
a couple trees, you know.
Hot chocolate.
I love you.
Did you hear what happened
to Rick last night?
No, I hope it was painful.
His car broke down
trying to get out of town.
I don't have time to worry
about Rick Kirkland.
I've got to build a case
to stop this Alexander Malone
from bulldozing our town.
So I was doing
some research last night,
and it turns out that there's
a four-day grace period
before the resolution
is finalized.
What exactly did you
have in mind?
Find anything that
doesn't smell right,
and file an injunction.
I love working for you.
Jingle bells
Jingle bells
Jingle all the way
Oh, what fun
It is to ride
In a one-horse
Dude, it's
an $80,000 car, okay?
How much?
$80,000 car.
Wow. It's all right.
I'm the best mechanic
in Fillmore.
You're the only mechanic
in Fillmore.
Then it's a good thing
I'm the best, isn't it?
How long is this
going to take?
Well, it's going to be a while
before I can get a new a new tranny.
There's a guy down in Lincoln
who deals in imports.
So I'll give him a call.
It's still going
to be a couple of days.
I'll probably...
I'll just rent a car, okay?
No, no. Chill out.
Stay with your mom.
She certainly brought
enough clothes.
I'll have you and Sleeping
Beauty out of here in no time.
I am so ready to get
out of this town.
She smells like flowers.
Yeah. Smells good
though, right?
Let's go.
I'll be here fixing.
All of a sudden, they don't have
any German parts or whatever.
I've got that meeting at 4.
Oh, hey, Mom.
He's never
been able to relax,
not even as a boy.
He never stops working.
Well, his father
was the same way.
Look at the bright side.
You get to spend more time
with your dear old mother.
Delicious as usual, Maggie.
Oh, thanks. Thanks.
Hey, you should
watch your back, kid.
Oh, yeah? Why is that?
Your ex-girlfriend
called this morning
She wants all the files
I have on your proposal.
She's up to something.
I don't get what
the big deal is.
Well, maybe you
should talk to her.
She doesn't want
to see me, Mom.
Maybe you could apologize.
Apologize for what?
Well, Reegan... Reagan,
uh, said some not-so-nice
things about the town.
She didn't say anything
that wasn't true.
You catch more flies
with honey.
That's all I'm saying.
Let's eat.
I'll take care of her.
Don't worry about it.
I'll handle it. Come on.
Let's go have
some breakfast.
Hey Cass?
Did, uh, Marilyn ever call
from the Mayor's office?
This is really
How did you get in here?
Cass stepped out
for a sandwich.
I told her I'd keep
an eye on the place.
Well, excuse me, my files
are none of your business.
Oh, well, being that Mr. Malone
is a client of mine,
I'd say that you're wrong.
Come on, what do you think
you're going to find?
Well, who knows what
you people are capable of?
You people?
You do know my proposal has
nothing to do with you, right?
Then why are you
in my office?
Well, I don't know, I just
thought that I'd apologize.
Oh, please, please don't
insult my intelligence.
I feel bad.
I shouldn't have run out
on you guys last night.
Okay. Apology accepted.
Now leave.
I'm being serious.
Why, what happened?
Your mom give you a guilt trip?
Obviously, I made a mistake.
Good, we agree
on something.
You know where to find me.
Hey, you.
Hi, Lisa. I'm in here.
You're packing already?
I can't believe...
I'm going to have to put
some of this stuff in storage.
I never thought
I would see the day.
Here's something.
Do you remember this?
It was his favorite jacket.
You know, he came
to my office today.
He said he felt bad
about last night.
Oh, good.
Well, I'm sure...
I'm sure he does feel bad.
Yeah, I think
it was more like
he was trying to get
a good look at my files.
You know, come here.
Sit down. Sit over here.
You just... some things
you just really...
you really just
have to let it go.
You know? And...
His... His leaving the town
is not the same
as his leaving you.
But, you know, I mean,
when he came to visit you,
he could have said hi.
Instead, he just
always avoided me.
Well, he...
he probably didn't know
what to do, you know?
It's just all in the past.
This building has been around
since the early 1900s.
Wow, that's Fillmore?
It is.
See, the big tree was the only
other thing standing there
besides this place.
Wasn't until 1907
that they made that tree
the symbol of the town.
And I guess
they're gonna probably
tear that down, too.
See, I don't know
why Rick wants to ruin
everything that
makes Fillmore so special.
Well, he just thinks
he's doing the right thing.
Sometimes in life,
things happen for a reason.
You're going to love it.
What the heck
did you do to my car?
Oh, I gave it
a complete overhaul.
I scrubbed everything
nice and clean,
except for, well,
I don't really know
what this one does.
I don't need it nice and clean,
I need it running. Running.
They're backed up
down there, okay?
But Billy's got a cousin
who lives up in Conway,
and she's going to drop off
the part tomorrow afternoon.
Tomorrow afternoon. No, no.
Probably late.
Hey, look, Rick, I'm doing
the best job I can here.
Is that a local call?
Go ahead.
Kirkland, when you
getting back here?
The financiers
want to sit down
and talk about a few things.
Uh actually, it looks like
I'm going to be here
for a little longer.
I told you, you could
just rent a car.
Would you... shh.
no future son-in-law of mine
is going to be
stranded in Mayberry.
I'm sending a car out
to pick you up right now.
That's not necessary.
I think it might be
a good idea, you know,
to bond with the people.
I don't know, how about,
uh, a conference call?
Bonding, yeah.
Okay, conference call,
day after tomorrow, 8:00 A.M.
Got it?
Uh, day after tomorrow.
Uh, yes, 8:00 A.M.
Okay. Done.
So, um, where's
the new girl?
Shopping, pouting,
who knows?
It's not her type of place.
You want some advice?
Not really.
It's like
on Animal Channel.
Everyone knows how the cute
little meerkat's going to act
in its natural habitat, right?
But what happens when you
pull it out of its element?
Will it live? Or will
the big mountain lion
come up and sink its teeth
into its neck and just...
And the meerkat's just...
Bite it, and kill it, and...
My point is
you got to keep
your eye on the meerkat.
Has anybody ever told you
you're really weird?
Look, it's like you and Lisa.
You guys were tight, right?
Everybody thought you guys
were going to end up together.
Lisa's in her habitat,
and Reagan's in her habitat.
What about you?
It's not about anybody
being in or out
of anybody's habitats,
it's just that,
I don't know, Lisa
is one of the most pushy,
stubborn women I've ever met
in my entire life.
So thank you, Jack Hanna.
I'm going to go to work.
Yeah, that's a good idea.
All right, I admit,
I haven't been exactly
fair to you
since you've been here.
Well, if I didn't
know any better,
I'd say that
sounded like apology.
Look, you're stuck here.
Can't we just try
to get along, at least?
If only I had my camera
to document the moment.
Oh, very cute.
Truce, huh?
You know, we're all
going bowling later,
so why don't you come,
and bring what's-her-face?
You mean Reagan.
Yeah, whatever.
No, not whatever.
Her name's Reagan.
Whatever, you.
Yeah, really.
Okay. Are you coming or not?
Yeah, we'll be there.
Okay, good.
I'll see you later, then.
Okay. Bye.
Lisa, do you know
what this is?
Doesn't that go
to your moped?
Oh. Right.
Oh. Okay, I got one bar.
Dad, it's me.
We were just talking.
Carol, is that you?
No, it's Reagan. Dad...
Oh, Reagan! Sorry, my bad.
So what are you gonna do?
How are you gonna fix this?
Don't you love the mountains?
You always loved
going to the Hamptons.
No, I don't. There's no
mountains in the Hamptons,
and I don't
love the mountains.
Since when do I
love the mountains?
Just go tobogganing,
or whatever those people do
and come back with Rick
in a few days.
I don't want to come home
with Rick in a few days.
We're stuck here.
You don't understand.
The car broke, and they don't
have the parts,
and it's just stupid.
Everyone's stupid here.
Hello? I'm losing you. You know I
can't get a signal in the yard.
No, no, no, no, no.
Are you there?
Don't hang up.
Are you there?
Look, why can't we
just rent a car?
We could leave tonight.
Babe, we want to show
that we're sincere, right?
If we want
to demonstrate good faith,
then you
what I always say.
Actions speak
louder than words.
Hey, guys!
Good to see you.
What are you doing here?
I invited them down.
They have a bar.
I am dying for
a Belvedere Martini.
Excuse me.
This should be interesting.
Hey, you want to hear
a little story about Rick?
So in high school,
Rick had this sack, right?
And we were climbing
to the top of the bleachers
filled with water balloons.
And then the sack
burst! Boom!
And there was water
all over his sack.
This isn't what I wanted.
Just drink it.
No, he didn't!
No, he's not!
Then he took off
his pants,
and he had underwear
that was wet.
Because you guys know.
We don't know what his...
He's exaggerating.
Man, I miss the good old days.
That's plenty.
I think my water's
going to break.
Let's bowl!
Let's do it!
I suck.
You don't suck.
You just had
too much to drink.
No, I haven't.
That's a bad ball.
That ball is bad.
That's not a bad ball.
Yes, it is.
No, it's not.
Hey, you are a lucky man.
You miss that?
Are you kidding me?
I got a nice girl.
She's great,
she's beautiful, smart...
what are you doing?
Just checking
some e-mails from work.
I don't feel so good.
Baby, you okay?
I had fun...
So what do you think?
I think it's working.
Did you see the way that he
looked at her tonight?
Yes! Yes!
It was good.
Now you sure you can
stall him long enough?
I'm sure.
He doesn't need to know
that I have the part already.
Besides, little by little,
he's starting to open up.
Just like we planned.
Bowling, check.
Hockey, you'll
get that tomorrow.
we are doing the right
thing, aren't we?
Of course we are.
They belong together.
We just need them
to realize it.
You're so right.
.Thank you.
How did it go last night?
It was good.
It was fun.
You know, old friends
and old hangouts.
Definitely triggered
a memory or two.
Well, that is good.
Well, so what are you
up to today?
Oh, well, you know,
I have to finally get my tree.
It's ridiculous.
Why don't you
let me get it for you?
Of course. I'm gonna go
get mine today, anyway.
Oh, that would be so good,
because you know what?
I don't know what it is.
I think it's the cold, but my hands...
Can I come?
and to take that axe...
Can I come?
What? You want to come?
Yeah. It sounds fun.
I haven't really gotten
to see much of the town,
so maybe
you could show me around.
Morning, ladies.
Oh, hi, honey.
Hi, Ma.
Hi. Good job bowling last night.
Oh, thank you.
I have something to show you.
You're gonna love it.
Look what I found.
It's my old jacket!
It's hideous.
Excuse me.
There you go.
Wow, it still fits.
Yes. Oh, it's wonderful.
You're so handsome.
Thanks, Mom.
So, uh, what were you two
conspiring about?
Lisa and I are going out.
Oh, and where is it
that you two BFFs are going?
We're going to get
a Christmas tree.
My tree.
You're not taking her
to the place with the...
you know, and the...
Oh, a little girl time
is a good thing.
All right. I'm gonna change.
I'll be back.
Can I talk to you
for a minute?
Oh, honey, sit down.
I will get you breakfast.
This is mine.
Okay, spill it.
I offered to go get
your mom's tree,
and then what's-her-face asked
if she could come along.
Her name is Reagan. Let me
tell you something about her.
She grew up on 5th Avenue.
Her idea of Christmas spirit is
shopping at Rockefeller Center.
Sounds like a blast.
Bad. This is bad.
We wish you
a Merry Christmas
Look. Help me.
You gotta help me look.
I am looking.
I don't see anything.
Why don't we just...
Why don't we
just go to a lot?
I don't understand why we
have to do it this way.
Why don't we just go?
They're already there for us.
We pick the prettiest one,
then we go home.
I don't understand
what we're doing.
Because finding a tree
is an experience.
It's not just...
it takes the fun out of it
if you just go to a lot
and pick a tree.
Oh, and this experience
can't include paved roads?
Well, what do you do
with your family in New York?
How do you guys
get your tree?
Daddy has people who...
Hold on.
I am holding on.
I don't even know where
I'm supposed to be holding on.
This thing isn't helping much.
Aren't you glad you came?
Yeah, this is loads of fun.
I'm gonna wipe you
across the ice, my friend.
Okay, so why are you
wobbling, then?
Not my size.
Right. You always skated
like a girl.
Are you okay?
Easy, old-timer.
You're not 18 anymore,
Are you kidding me?
I'm in the prime of my life.
You know what? They got shuffleboard
over at the senior center.
Why don't we go over there?
Bring it on.
She really is something, huh?
Yeah, she's definitely
not the girl
we went to high school with.
Dude, I'm talking
about your girlfriend.
But you thought I was talking about...
Stop it.
Oh, really?
This is interesting.
So what happened
between you and Rick?
What do you mean?
Why'd you break up?
I don't know.
It just... after law school,
we kind of decided
we wanted different things,
you know?
He wanted
to go to the city,
and I just wanted
to come back here.
So that's why you left?
Well, he invited me to go
with him, but I belong here.
He did?
What if we went
out that way?
You know, you didn't have to leave.
You could have stayed.
She could have come with me.
You regret it?
You kidding me? I got a great
girl, I got a great job.
We gonna play or what?
Oh, yeah.
Oh, right up here.
Look, look, look, look.
It's like you're working
for the man.
What about your independence?
I've got plenty
of independence.
Dude, you'll be, like,
this Malone guy's son-in-law.
Dude, it's not like that.
I'm actually really happy
with where I'm at right now.
So you have no regrets
of any kind?
Nope. I mean, as long as I can
make a difference once in a while,
I feel good.
And you know what they say.
Actions speak louder
than words, right?
Whose proposal
was this, really, huh?
The important thing
is that I'm in love.
Oh. Then why are you
still here, huh?
You could have rented a car.
You could have...
Gotta laugh, man.
I know why.
You like it here.
I got it.
Okay, you got it?
You good?
Yeah. I'm good.
You do spend a lot of time
with his mother.
Maggie? Yeah,
we're really good friends.
Yeah, but she's your
ex-boyfriend's mother.
You know, she's really
been there for me,
especially when
I lost my parents.
So you shouldn't
let it bother you.
That's all it is.
Look, it's over, okay?
I'm with Reagan now.
He has his life,
and I have Fillmore.
You want to try?
Are you sure?
Be careful.
Please make it soon
You know you have to
actually hit the tree, right?
I know
you have to hit the tree.
Suddenly your name
jumps into view
Are you okay?
Christmas Eve
Santa sends
an angel to me
Oh, I ruined my manicure.
Your manicure? Look
what you did to the poor tree.
Oh, just help me up.
Yes, look at that.
That was so cold.
That's where we went skiing
on Cannon Mountain, remember?
I remember Cass broke her leg.
No, I didn't.
Yes, you did.
No, it was a sprain.
It was...
And she had to go down in the
toboggan with the ski patrol.
They were so cute.
Who was cute? No, not
as cute as you, honey.
Oh, thank you.
Oh, Rick, you were good.
Oh, no.
Does he still
play guitar?
You play guitar?
Well, a long time ago.
He was a rock star.
Yeah. I got a good idea.
I'm gonna go get the guitar.
No! I'm gonna go grab it.
Where is it?
In the attic.
In the attic.
I'm gonna go get it.
Whoo! That's so good.
He's totally putting me
on the spot.
While you two were out behaving
like a couple of Neanderthals,
did he happen to say when
the what-do-you-call-it...
Well, it's a foreign car, baby.
It's gonna take a couple days.
A couple of days?
What is taking so long?
I don't know.
Would you just relax?
Uh, Maggie, let's go
check on those cookies.
Very good idea.
Whoops. Give me a push.
Don't hurt your back.
Lookit. Remember that?
That's so silly.
You remember how much
you loved to sing karaoke?
To pick up reindeer food
I still do.
And I'm good.
Did you hear that?
Who will feed
all those reindeer?
Who is gonna
double-check that list?
And who will call
the weatherman
Make sure that sleigh
is spic-and-span?
Who is gonna wrap up
all those gifts?
I been waiting
all year long
For months
I ain't done nothing wrong
I hope Christmas
saved those phones
If Santa's on his own
He's lost some weight
He's melancholy
And Santa just ain't Santa
What is going on
with your hair?
And then everybody
started doing it.
You were out there.
I don't know.
Oh, my God, look at you.
Look at your hair.
Oh, wow.
A little Whitesnake.
Right, right.
What did you do to her today?
I didn't do anything to her.
That girl's crazy.
She thinks that you and I
still love each other.
That's ridiculous.
I know.
Where did everybody go?
Where's the guitar?
The... the guitar.
Oh, I couldn't find it.
It's a big attic.
Well, I will see
you boys tomorrow, okay?
Don't go.
No, no, no. Hey.
Yeah, I have things to do.
Yeah. Yeah.
Where did Lisa go?
I don't know.
She left.
Can I just have one?
I'll be back.
Where is everybody...
Where you going?
For a second there,
it felt like
it was years ago.
Oh, Mom.
She left it.
She's so funny.
She's just trying
to save the town, that's all.
Oh, you think
that's all, huh?
Well, I think she's
more interested than that.
Well, It does...
it doesn't matter.
Andy's gonna have the part
in a couple days,
and it's fine.
You know,
whatever you decide,
I will always stand by you.
You know that.
I love you, Mom.
All right, let me
help you clean up.
You were
a good guitar player.
Oh, come on.
Yes, you were.
All right, all right,
all right.
Do you like the cookies?
Are you kidding me?
Of course
I like the cookies.
All right.
You always make great cookies.
What? What's the matter?
I am so sick
of being in this town.
I just want to leave, and I don't
understand why they won't let us.
Babe, we're trying to.
He's fixing the car.
He's not trying.
He's not fixing the car.
You're so nice with him, and not
even aggressive or anything.
Oh, my God. Would you
stop being so dramatic?
I'm not being dramatic.
You're dramatic.
You're being dramatic.
I'm not being dramatic.
Sweetie. I just want to go home.
I have things to do.
I know. I'm sorry. We weren't
supposed to stay this long.
And you act
like it's no big deal.
We're gonna get out of here
really soon, okay?
What? Did you know something
about a conference call?
Oh, I forgot.
Yeah, well maybe if you weren't
busy getting all nostalgic.
Not now, not now.
Whatever. He's on the phone.
You better get it.
This is Kirkland. Rick.
This is Rick.
Oh, hey, Kirkwood.
You know we had
a conference call today.
The investors kind of wanted
to hear from you, son.
I know, sir. I'm sorry.
I forgot.
Is there a problem
over there?
Is it too much peppermint
schnapps at your grandma's house?
Or too much Kahla
in the egg nog?
What's up, buddy?
Uh, no, sir.
Everything's fine.
That's good.
I want a full report, then.
What's the status?
Is it signed?
Is it filed?
Where are we?
I'm processing it
in my laptop as we speak.
Good, because the financiers want
it on their desk by the 25th.
Don't worry, sir. It will be there.
Okay, that's good.
Now, Reagan says we can start
demolition in February.
Yes, sir. "Yes, sir"? Is
that the best you can get?
You should be
celebrating, son.
This is the greatest day
of your life.
It is.
Because of you,
we took that piece of crap
piece of real estate
and turned it
into a gold mine.
You did this.
You made this happen.
You changed everything
for your whole town.
It's all
because of you, son.
Right. Because of me.
That's right. Enjoy it.
Go ahead.
Listen, when people hear
the name Malone,
I want them to think progress.
Of course.
Of course. Well, you know
what I always say.
speak louder than words.
And that's why
I'm willing to consider
letting you hyphenate your name
when you marry my daughter.
Like the Kennedys, you know.
Slash Shriver, Kennedy, you know
how they always do that.
So that we don't forget,
you know. It's cool.
Uh, well, I'll be sure
and get you an update tomorrow.
Whatever your last name is,
hyphen Malone.
Okay. I will, uh,
talk to you soon.
Have a great game.
Putt well.
Reagan, have you seen
the paperwork?
Put it over by the barn, honey.
Yeah, I got it.
Oh, you're so strong.
She never laughed
And she never smiled
she didn't have a friend
Wouldn't go
outside to play
She didn't even care
about a holiday
I need some egg nog.
Hey, Ma.
Hey. we're getting ready
to go on the hayrides.
You remember how fun that was?
They have music and games,
and the whole town
gets together.
I haven't been to that thing
since high school, Mom.
I think
we're gonna stay here.
Why? I don't understand.
You used to love it.
I'm not
that same guy anymore, Mom.
Oh, come on.
What about Lisa?
What about her?
And... and Cassidy and Andy.
I mean, all your old friends
are gonna be there.
They'll be so disappointed.
Come on.
Well, why not, Reagan?
You'll love it.
Oh, don't tell me you're
actually thinking about going.
Well, you know,
it could be fun. Right?
All right, look.
I think we should
probably go, okay?
Okay, yeah. Great. Say hi
to Arnold the pig for me.
Okay. Well,
I'll see you downstairs.
Okay. 'Bye, sweetie.
Have fun.
I will. You, too.
I wish you would come.
Let's put the lights
up on the tree
The white snowfall
from a windowsill
And let's make a snowman
You and me
And dress it up
just like an Eskimo
You know
my favorite gift is you
You know my favorite gift
is you
You know
my favorite gift is you
Hey, guys. Hey.
Hey, I've been trying
to call you. What's the deal?
Yeah, well,
it's the funniest thing.
I got the part in,
but it's the wrong one.
So can you believe it?
The wrong part? Reagan's
gonna blow a fuse, dude.
Well, it's
the Bavarian model.
There's a Bavarian model?
Oh, yeah.
And, um, well, you see,
the intake on the piston
it is backwards,
so I've got to swap it out
for the German version.
Oh, but don't worry.
Don't worry.
It's all gonna be fine. I'm sure
we'll get the part tomorrow.
Yeah. Sure. Probably.
Hey, here's Rosemary.
Rosemary! Here we are.
No, no, no. You guys...
You guys stay here, and we'll
catch up with you later, okay?
You guys have fun.
We'll see you in a bit.
Well, where you going?
Okay, that was weird.
Yeah, that was weird.
Do you want to dance?
Do you want to dance?
I don't know how. Do you?
Come on.
It'll be fun. Come on.
Everybody, everybody.
Whoa, whoa, whoa.
You know what I'm saying?
Some of you know me,
and some of you don't.
That doesn't really matter,
'cause this is
my buddy Rick. Yay!
Yay! Yes, yes!
Yes, yes. Okay.
So, uh, this goes out
to a certain special someone.
That was pretty sappy,
but here we go!
All right.
Sing it, city boy.
Dashing through the snow
In a one-horse open sleigh
O'er the fields we go
Laughing all the way,
ha ha ha
Bells on bobtail ring
Making spirits bright
What fun it is
to laugh and sing
Our sleighing song tonight
Ho! Jingle bells,
jingle bells
Jingle all the way
Oh what fun it is to ride
in a one-horse
open sleigh, hey
Jingle bells, jingle bells,
jingle all the way
Oh what fun it is to ride
In a one-horse open sleigh
Oh, thank you very much,
Give it up
for my buddy Rick!
Yes! Thank you, everybody.
Thank you.
I am getting down now.
Thank you.
All right! Mosh pit!
That was so funny.
That was so silly.
You know, I haven't
picked up a guitar in years.
Remember the last time
when we were out here,
after that hayride?
Oh, yeah, and that guy...
he saw us making out
and he was like,
"I'm gonna tell on you."
You were scared.
Whatever happened to us?
What do you mean?
I don't know. I mean...
what do you think
would have happened
if we hadn't broken up?
Well, I don't know.
What do you think?
I think we'd probably
open a practice
right across the street
from the doughnut shop.
Doing what?
I don't know, a little bit
of this, a little bit of that.
Being absolutely broke
and miserable.
It's not the same
as it used to be.
I know. You can still do it,
though. That's important.
Well, you could have talked to
me before you left, you know.
I know, but I just knew
in my heart
that you didn't want
to come with me.
Yeah, but we always talked
about coming back here
after we graduated.
Remember, we said we were gonna
open up a practice in town.
Yeah, I know.
Then I get this note
with this ultimatum.
I wouldn't exactly
call it an ultimatum.
You wouldn't?
What, "Come with me or else."
Well, I guess
I was just looking
for something more
than this town, you know?
Guess I could have put
more thought into that.
I couldn't really figure out
what you were thinking,
you know.
You were the only thing
that kept me from leaving.
But I just knew in my heart
that you belong here, you know.
This town
is lucky to have you.
You know what?
I guess it's probably
really nobody's fault,
what happened to us.
We probably just grew apart
from each other, you know?
Yeah, but...
I shouldn't have...
I shouldn't have just left.
You deserve better than that.
I shouldn't have...
I gotta go.
Um, I had a great time,
and, um, I just...
I can't do this, okay?
So I'm gonna...
I'll talk to you later.
Said you don't
have to worry
I'll be coming home soon
Now I'm counting backwards
It's like the Middle Ages.
Dancin' through the snow
In a one-horse
open sleigh
Over the fields we go
Laughin' all the way
and a-slidin'
Bells on bobtail ring
Making spirits bright
Good morning.
Who woke up on the right side
of whose bed this morning?
Yeah. You and Rick.
I'm right.
No. No.
Didn't. Didn't. Didn't.
Held hands.
That's it. I swear.
You knew I'd tell you.
So, uh, did you
get those voter rolls
and the minutes
from Marilyn?
What's wrong?
Okay, now if you look
at a map of the town,
you can see that most of the
land Malone's interested in
is already owned by a company
called Cabrera Enterprises.
Now, it's old farms, woods,
mostly worthless stuff.
Just a very small part of it
is actually eminent domain.
Right, okay, so this Cabrera
Enterprises comes in
and buys up all this, like,
so-called worthless property
and then sells it
and makes a killing.
You think
it's a coincidence?
Not really.
So what are you
going to do?
Well, let's see who owns
Cabrera Enterprises.
[MaggAnd... Here's your coffee.
Thank you. you are
Coffee for you.
Thank you, Mom.
That's all right.
Oh. Hi, Lisa.
That's funny.
I don't remember
inviting you to breakfast.
What is it?
Cabrera Enterprises.
Cabrera? What's that?
It's not illegal.
What's not illegal? What
are you two talking about?
Your girlfriend here
didn't tell you?
Her boss
created a dummy company
to buy up all the land
in Fillmore.
What's that?
Do you want to tell him,
or should I?
Okay, remember
how I told you
Daddy bought land
from the town
so he could start
construction on the resort?
Yeah. What about it?
The people had no idea
who they were selling
their land to.
But you told me
that they were excited
You told me that they
sold this land willingly.
You lied to them?
You lied to me?
How could you do that?
It's a good thing.
Everyone's property values
are going to skyrocket.
I trusted you.
I don't have to defend myself
to either one of you.
Look, I swear
I didn't know anything
about Cabrera Enterprises.
Do you know what the problem
with you people is?
Oh, "you people"? We're gonna
start with that again?
You're way too flexible.
You know, you manipulate
all the rules
so that things go your way.
You bend things so much,
I don't even know
what to believe anymore.
it wasn't illegal.
Oh. So that
makes it right?
What else, Rick?
Is there anything else
you want to throw at me
while we're at this?
I... I was going
to propose to Reagan.
On the way home, we were
going to stop at some place,
and I was going to ask her
to marry me.
Okay, there. I said it.
So you mean this whole time
and last night...
You're a jerk.
I don't know anymore.
I'm confused.
I'm lost.
What are you doing?
You think these people
are your friends?
What are you talking about?
Five days.
Five days we've been here
waiting for that...
that meathead to fix the car.
You see this?
Do you know what this is?
This is the transmission
for your car.
I found it online,
and for an extra 15 bucks,
they're gonna
deliver it tomorrow.
Any idiot
could have found this.
Like you can really
I don't know what they
were trying to do,
get you to change
your mind about the town,
get you to fall back in love
with that little do-gooder?
I don't really care.
I was a good sport.
I played along.
Now I'm done.
So are we leaving or not?
Reagan, I don't know if we're
going to leave right now or not.
Then go tell Cooter
to fix the stupid thing
so we can move on
with our lives.
Who's Cooter?
Your little friend
from high school.
His name is not Cooter.
It's Andy, okay?
He's my best friend.
Andy is a loser.
Are you coming home
for Christmas?
Should I keep
the fire bright?
Are you comin' home
for Christmas this year
To make the season right?
A windy chill
from morning air
And the days
are growing short
You know my heart
would come alive
Just to see you
walk through that door
Are you coming home
for Christmas
To trim
our Christmas tree?
'Cause the only gift
I wish for this year
Is to have you
home with me
Are you coming home
for Christmas?
Are you coming home
For Christmas?
I know how important
this town is to you.
It's where you've got
all your memories
of your mom and dad,
but he can't take
those away from you.
All right. I'm sorry.
I hope...
I hope you'll at least
talk to the baby.
The little baby.
I don't know what you mean.
I mean...
You know, you and Andy,
you live this amazing life.
It's perfect.
And you guys are going
to have this baby.
I just... don't know...
don't know when I get
my second chance, you know?
I don't know when I
get my second chance.
You want to know
what's funny?
Can you believe
I actually started to think
that all of this stalling,
all of these delays,
were part of some
great plan of yours?
I feel like such an idiot.
What are you talking about?
Oh, please.
Daddy told me
right after you asked
for his permission.
What? He told you?
Nothing's private
between us.
What is it with you two?
I can't
even surprise my own...
It's unbelievable!
I don't... You know what?
You know what?
I don't know. I don't know.
I don't know anymore.
I don't know.
You love her, don't you?
You've been thinking
about that small-town tart
since we left.
Easy... Actions speak
louder than words.
Isn't that
what you always say?
Why do you love me?
Why do you love me?
We have similar interests...
food, decor.
We make a good team.
We're a power couple.
That's not love, Reagan.
Oh. And you and Lisa.
I suppose that is, right?
Ow! Reagan! What the...
After everything I did.
You did?
I set up the real estate structure.
I set up the business plan.
I made that deal.
And you? You just blew
the single best thing
that ever happened
to someone like you.
The town?
I'm not talking
about the town.
Lisa. Hello.
Look, I know
you don't believe me,
and I don't care.
We're gonna stop
this thing together.
What about Reagan?
What about
your big proposal?
I changed my mind.
I don't care how mad
or disappointed
you are in me.
I realize that I love
the way that you fight
for what you believe in.
I love the way that you
feel about this town.
I love the way that you
snore a little bit
and your left eyebrow
goes up
and it looks like you're
asking a question.
I love the way that you
feel about this town.
I love the way that you
make people feel.
And I love, most of all,
the way you make me feel.
I've always loved you,
and you can't
take that away from me.
I don't know what to say.
Just say that you'll
help me stop this thing
and save the town.
Come on.
We have a lot to do.
Okay. Cool.
Okay. So what few people know
is that Malone has to close
the deal by 6 p.m. tonight
in order to get
the financing he needs
to start the job,
so that gives us
four hours
to find something,
that could stop him.
Well, this is
everything we've got.
Zoning laws,
environmental reports,
property rights.
We've been going over it
and over it.
Malone will do anything
to take this town.
If we let that happen,
everything that's special
in this town will be gone.
Okay. Let's do it.
Oh, boy.
It's Christmas time again
Let all your
good cheer in
It's Christmas time
It's Christmas time again
The stockings are hung,
and the tree is trimmed
The sounds of the season
are ringing on in
It's Christmas time
It's Christmas time again
Well, I meet my baby
by the mistletoe
But, boy, don't you know?
She'll be so happy
When Santa comes tonight
It's Christmas time
It's Christmas time again
You know,
it's Christmas time
It's Christmas time again
Oh, it's Christmas time
It's Christmas time again
Lisa, I'm sorry, babe.
52, 52.92...
We're going
to get going.
Sorry we couldn't
help you pull it off.
Come on. Let's go, babe.
Come on.
Well, we gave it
our best shot.
That's the most important
thing, right?
Trying to make things
Can I ask you something?
What made you
change your mind?
What made you
come back?
after we broke up,
I guess I never
wanted to come back.
But I don't know.
I guess I just thought
that I didn't need Fillmore
the same way that you did,
you know?
Okay, and now?
Maybe I was just trying to
force myself to grow too fast.
Maybe I just needed
some time and space,
like that big tree
in the center of town.
Can you believe
that our initials
are still in that thing?
Yeah, I know.
And you know what else
your mom told me
about that tree?
It became
the official town symbol
after the inn,
in 1907,
which means...
think about this...
in 1907...
Yeah? Oh,
it means that the...
How long is that? 1907.
That's over a hundred years,
so the hotel is over
a hundred years old.
Which makes it what
under the National
Preservation Act of 1966?
It qualifies for national
landmark status.
Which means...
This house sits in
the middle of the street,
so Malone
can't take this house.
Can't tear it down,
no matter what.
That means we have to find
a certified historian
to make the nomination.
Where are we going to find
a certified historian
in the middle of the night?
Ha ha!
- Coming!
- Oh!
Sorry to wake you.
you're the president
of Fillmore's Historical
Society, correct?
Yes. Yes, I am.
And sole member.
Perfect. Okay. I need you
to nominate the Fillmore Inn
for national historical
landmark status.
Wait. National historical
landmark status?
Can I do that?
Well, as the town's
leading historian,
yeah, of course.
I guess that was
$25 well spent, huh?
Where do I sign?
Oh, uh,
here and here.
All right.
All right. Done.
Okay. Mr. Coggins,
as your counsel,
it is my duty to inform you
that, in accordance with the National
Historic Preservation Act of 1966,
you are hereby prohibited
with interfering
with said property
until such time that the
nomination can be reviewed.
Thank you so much.
Thank you. Thank you!
Go back to bed.
I will.
Good night.
The first Noel
Merry Christmas!
The angel did say
Bye, Harry!
Was to certain
poor shepherds
In fields as they lay
In fields where they
Lay keeping their sheep
On a cold winter's night
That was so deep
Noel, Noel
Noel, Noel
Born is the King of...
Did you hear about the
Heritage Valley Inn? No.
They declared it
a National Landmark.
You're kidding.
I signed the papers
Way to go, Harry.
Hey, I wonder if Maggie's
got some coffee.
Oh, I could use it.
I heard they're
gonna try to get
more school funding
from the state.
That's amazing.
That's what I heard.
We can get computers
for the kids finally.
Yes. Yes, yes.
Oh, that's great news.
Malone was trying
to get Rick
on the phone this morning.
This is gonna be good.
Now, I want a bike
and a model airplane.
Do you still make those?
Okay, good.
I've been good.
I told one lie.
That's it.
Are you really
that nervous?
I can't even eat.
You can do it.
It's ringing.
It's ringing.
Malone residence.
Yes, this is Rick Kirkland
calling for Mr. Malone.
Is he
expecting your call?
Yes, he's expecting my call.
Just a moment,
I'll hold.
Kirkland, tell me
why my daughter's
back home
crying her eyes out.
The town has declared
the Heritage Valley Inn
a national landmark, sir.
You know what?
I don't give a f...
figgy pudding.
What do I pay you for?
Undeclare it.
Not this time.
I'm going to assume
that it's the high altitude
in the boonies
that's got your brain
I want you to do your job
and do it now.
I want you to take
care of business.
I quit the case.
You know how this affects
your position
at that firm, then?
I quit your case.
It means you can
take your self-made,
self-important, arrogant
butt someplace else
because it is not
welcome in Fillmore.
Uh, bad news, honey.
I don't think
he's coming back.
I'm going to miss him.
You just quit your job.
I know!
I know.
Uh, come here.
Come here.
I know
what it is.
Come on. Let's go.
Move, move. Out, out.
What are we doing?
This is the proposal
I should have done
a long time ago.
Lisa Donahue,
will you marry me?
Hey, would you
look at that?
When the Christmas lights
are twinkling
And the glistening snow
has fallen
Sleigh bells keep
a perfect rhythm for
A Christmas dance
with you
Time's suspended,
hold me closer
I won.
I won!
I won! I won! I won!
Ohh! Ohh!
I've won!
I won!
You won!
I won! I won! I...