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Beneath The Christmas Tree (A Song)


Here comes the jingle of his reindeer and sleigh
The snow is falling he is on his way
Look up high riding in the sky
Santa Clause is coming tonight

The children they lay asleep
With visions and dreams in their heads they keep
And Rudolph with his nose so bright
Is in the children’s hearts tonight

Wake up children run and see
All the love beneath the Christmas tree
And one star shining ever so bright
That once guided three wise men one night

The jingle of sleigh bells, the falling snow
Around the world love it goes
The star of Bethlehem, the twinkling light
Santa Clause is coming tonight

And tonight while you sleep
And the visions in your dreams to keep
May love keep you warm and tight
As Santa makes his ride tonight.

Submitted: Monday, December 18, 2006
Edited: Saturday, December 11, 2010

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