Second Chance Christmas

Synopsis: After moving into a new house with his mom and soon to be father, Lawrence goes through some things. Six months after his mom and new "dad" marry. His mother dies. It isn't easy on Maise's Husband. He soon realizes that he could not deal with Lawrence and goes to a foster home to see if he can put him there. Lawrence has to stay for a few more days before he can leave. Over those days the husband...
 
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Mm uh, ooh, yeah

there's a place up above

uh, ooh, yeah there's a

place up above way up high

there's a place up above

way up high paradise

way up high paradise

above the clouds

paradise above the

clouds above the crowds

above the clouds above the crowds

they're waiting there for us

above the crowds they're waiting

there for us where we can shine

they're waiting there for us where

we can shine let love shine down

where we can shine let love shine

down let it shine, let it shine

let love shine down let it shine,

let it shine let love shine down

let it shine, let it shine let love

shine down oh, heat to everyone

let love shine down oh, heat to

everyone let love shine down

oh, heat to everyone let love

shine down ooh, let it shine

let love shine down ooh, let

it shine let love shine down

ooh, let it shine let love shine

down absolutely ridiculous.

Let love shine down absolutely

ridiculous. Got me hiding out in front of

absolutely ridiculous. Got me hiding out

in front of his girl's house like we still

got me hiding out in front of his girl's house

like we still in high school or something.

His girl's house like we still in

high school or something. Move.

In high school or something. Move.

All I'm saying is you should be

move. all I'm saying is you should

be able to go in your own woman's

all I'm saying is you should be able

to go in your own woman's house.

Able to go in your own woman's house.

It's been six months.

House. it's been six months.

Have you met the kids yet?

It's been six months. Have you met the

kids yet? Bet you ain't met the kids yet.

Have you met the kids yet? Bet you ain't met

the kids yet. I'll met them when she's

bet you ain't met the kids yet.

I'll met them when she's ready.

I'll met them when she's ready.

You need to be worried about

ready. you need to be

worried about you.

You need to be worried about you.

I am worried about me.

You. I am worried about me.

I'm worried about the fact that

I am worried about me. I'm worried about the

fact that i still have to drop these gifts

I'm worried about the fact that i

still have to drop these gifts off.

I still have to drop these gifts off.

It's not my fault you bought

off. it's not my fault you bought

Christmas gifts in the middle of

it's not my fault you bought Christmas

gifts in the middle of the night.

Christmas gifts in the middle of the night.

[ Chuckles ]

The night. [ Chuckles

] It is your fault.

[ Chuckles ] it is your fault.

You got me doing so many

it is your fault. You got me doing so

many endorsements that, everywhere I

you got me doing so many endorsements that,

everywhere i go, people recognize me.

Endorsements that, everywhere i go,

people recognize me. Thank you for that.

Go, people recognize me. Thank you for

that. Thereby making you money that

thank you for that. Thereby making

you money that you choose to waste on

thereby making you money that

you choose to waste on Christmas.

You choose to waste on Christmas.

It's ridiculous.

Christmas. it's ridiculous.

"Waste on Christmas"?

It's ridiculous. "Waste on Christmas"?

Oh, you're a mean one,

"waste on Christmas"? Oh,

you're a mean one, Mr. grinch.

Oh, you're a mean one, Mr. grinch.

It just doesn't make sense to

Mr. grinch. It just doesn't make

sense to spend money on stuff you don't

it just doesn't make sense to spend money on

stuff you don't need for people you hardly see.

Spend money on stuff you don't need for

people you hardly see. You going there?

Need for people you hardly see. You

going there? That's where you going?

You going there? That's where you going?

You going...

That's where you going? You going

first of all, listen, I see them

you going... first of all, listen, I

see them when I can, when I have time.

First of all, listen, I see them when I can,

when I have time. I know I got a lot of babies

when I can, when I have time. I know I got a

lot of babies and a lot of baby mamas, but I

I know I got a lot of babies and a lot of baby

mamas, but i pay my child support on time.

And a lot of baby mamas, but i pay my child

support on time. I feel like you coming for me.

Pay my child support on time. I feel like you

coming for me. Hey, hey, hey, hey, hey.

I feel like you coming for me. Hey,

hey, hey, hey, hey. Hey, bro, I'm sorry.

Hey, hey, hey, hey, hey. Hey,

bro, I'm sorry. I don't mean you.

Hey, bro, I'm sorry. I don't mean you.

I just mean people in general.

I don't mean you. I just mean people in

general. Look, no question, you're a far

I just mean people in general. Look, no question,

you're a far better father than I'd ever be.

Look, no question, you're a far better

father than I'd ever be. I'll take that.

Better father than I'd ever be.

I'll take that. Okay, we good?

I'll take that. Okay, we good?

We good.

[ Knocks on door ] hey.

Lights out.

Hey. lights out.

Ma, it's only 9:
00.

Lights out. Ma, it's only 9:00.

Uh, it's Christmas Eve.

Ma, it's only 9:
00. Uh, it's Christmas

Eve. You don't want to be awake when

uh, it's Christmas Eve. You don't want

to be awake when Santa comes, do you?

You don't want to be awake when

Santa comes, do you? Santa?

Santa comes, do you? Santa?

Santa's for little kids.

Santa? Santa's for little kids.

I'm about to be a teenager.

Santa's for little kids. I'm about to be

a teenager. Okay, that may be true.

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