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Lee co. home has over 50k Christmas lights

LEE CO., GA (WALB) -

If you're looking for a good Christmas light show in South Georgia, there's one in Lee County.

This house on Saint Clare Drive has computerized lights synced with 16 songs.

One of them is by hometown hero Phillip Phillips.

Homeowner Troy Williams started setting up the more than 50,000 lights in October.

He says the lights bring joy to families which is especially needed now after the Connecticut school shooting.

"Just to give something back to the community and just to share the Christmas spirit with everyone, especially with thing going on lately in the news, Kids and families need something to left their spirits and we just want to share our lights with everyone," said homeowner Troy Williams.

This is the fifth year Williams has lit up his home. You can check out the show through a couple of days after Christmas.

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