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David Keig

Rookie (1951 / UK)

Christmas Blues


Well, I woke up this morning
And i set off to the shops
But, Lord, though it's just November
They've put out all their Christmas stock.

I got the Christmas blues
A'heavy on my mind
I get the Christmas blues
Most every Christmas-time.

And as i walked along the aisles
What d'ya think i heard?
Lots of carols and 'White Christmas'
And i was lost for words.

I got the Christmas blues
Right now it's Christmas-time
Lord, it's all got so commercial
Pass me another wine.

I got the Christmas blues
A'heavy on my mind
I get the Christmas blues
Most every Christmas-time.

Hic..........

Submitted: Tuesday, November 27, 2007
Edited: Tuesday, April 26, 2011

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