Miranda Cosgrove Million Dollars

Singing you were my million dollars

Singing you were my million dollars

I don’t think I believe in love

And I don’t need the place where I grew up

Slipping by, finally got mixed up

Cause being me, it just ain’t good enough

I’m gonna fight against the system

And question my decisions

After everything I’ve given, with no return

Singing you were my million dollars

Singing you were my million dollars

Cause I’m down on the floor

Even though that I’ve been here before

Singing you were my million dollars

Sometimes I just don’t understand

If faith is real, then why don’t we lose our friends

It’s how I feel, no I just can’t pretend

And now I’ll do anything for the win

I think I’m gonna break tradition

Go out and burn some bridges

After everything I’ve given with no return

Singing you were my million dollars

Singing you were my million dollars

Cause I’m down on the floor

Even though that I’ve been here before

Singing you were my million dollars

Singing you were my million dollars

Singing you were my million dollars

Cause I’m down on the floor

Even though that I’ve been here before

Singing you were my million dollars

Singing you were my million dollars

Singing you were my million dollars

I don’t think I believe in love

Cause being me, just ain’t good enough

Miranda Cosgrove Christmas Wrapping

Bah, humbug! No, that’s too strong

‘Cause it is my favorite holiday

But all this year’s been a busy blur

Don’t think I have the energy

To add to my already mad rush

Just ’cause it’s ’tis the season.

The perfect gift for me would be

Completions and connections left from

Last year, ski shop, Encounter, most interesting.

Had his number but never the time

Most of ’81 passed along those lines.

So deck those halls, trim those trees

Raise up cups of Christmas cheer,

I just need to catch my breath,

Christmas by myself this year.

Calendar picture, frozen landscape,

Chilled this room for twenty-four days,

Evergreens, sparkling snow

Get this winter over with!

Flashback to springtime, saw him again,

Would’ve been good to go for lunch,

Couldn’t agree when we were both free,

We tried, we said we’d keep in touch.

Didn’t, of course, ’til summertime,

Out to the beach to his boat could I join him?

No, this time it was me,

Sunburn in the third degree.

Now the calendar’s just one page and, of course, I am excited

Tonight’s the night, but I’ve set my mind

Not to do too much about it.

Merry Christmas! Merry Christmas! But I think I’ll miss this one this year.

Merry Christmas! Merry Christmas! But I think I’ll miss this one this year.

Merry Christmas! Merry Christmas! But I think I’ll miss this one this year.

Merry Christmas! Merry Christmas! But I think I’ll miss this one this year.

Hardly dashing through the snow

Cause I bundled up too tight

Last minute have-to-do’s

A few cards a few calls

‘Cause it’s r-s-v-p

No thanks, no party lights

It’s Christmas Eve, gonna relax

Turned down all of my invites.

Last fall I had a night to myself,

Same guy called, Halloween party,

Waited all night for him to show,

This time his car wouldn’t go,

Forget it, it’s cold, it’s getting late,

Trudge on home to celebrate

In a quiet way, unwind

Doing Christmas right this time.

A&P has provided me

With the world’s smallest turkey

Already in the oven, nice and hot

Oh damn!

Guess what I forgot?

So on with the boots, back out in the snow

To the only all-night grocery,

When what to my wondering eyes should appear

In the line is that guy

I’ve been chasing all year!

“I’m spending this one alone,” he said.

“Need a break; this year’s been crazy.”

I said, “Me too, but why are you? You mean you forgot cranberries too?”

Then suddenly we laughed and laughed

Caught on to what was happening

That Christmas magic’s brought this tale

To a very happy ending!

Merry Christmas! Merry Christmas! Couldn’t miss this one this year!

Merry Christmas! Merry Christmas! Couldn’t miss this one this year!