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A Very Simpsons Christmas is the sixth episode of the fanfiction The Simpsons: A New Generation. It was directed and co-written by LosSims2.

TSANG Episode 6 - A Very Simpsons Christmas
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PlotEdit

After talking to the police, Homer goes back home to be surprised by his wife and his 3 little children, waiting for him with a Christmas Banquete.

"Dad, what the police telled you?" Said Bart, purposly wrong.

"Well. The police... Oh, Bart. You're confusing me!"

"You know me!"

Oh, he's so confusing. If we had given him to adoption as I said. But, no, no, no. We'll raise our child!

"So, merry christmas everybody!" Marge said.

"Merry Christmas darling." Marge started singing. "We're apart that's true. But I can dream and in my dreams. I'm Christmas-ing with you."

"Holidays are joyful." Marge continued. "There's always someting new. But everyday's a holiday. When I'm near to you. The lights on my tree. I wish you could see. I wish it everyday. Logs on the fire. Fill me with desire. To see you and to say."

"That I wish you Merry Christmas." All the family joined. "Happy New Year, too. I've just one wish. On this Christmas Eve. I wish I were with you."

As the music finished, Marge sitted back and the whole family applauded.

"Oh, I know a song." Said Bart.

"Take it away" Said Homer.

"Last Christmas. I gave you my heart. But the very next day you gave it away. This year. To save me from tears. I'll give it to someone special."

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