margaret haig

(19th/06th/1954 / Carlton Vic)

Don't Leave Christ Out Of Christmas.


Please, Don't leave Christ out of Christmas, because it is His day,

God sent His only Son, to be born in a loving and Humble way;

We cannot forget to thank others for what they do for us,

And so the same we should remember, Christ came without fuss.


Don't leave Christ out of Christmas, when you write the word,

When your mum gives you a gift, does she put exmum, have you heard?

We remember to call her mother, or mum, as we write her a card,

Just the same we should do right, to say Christmas, it is not hard.


Oh we can't leave Christ out of Christmas, so try to remember it too,

He may soon forget who you are, if you keep forgetting Him too;

We remember to write Happy Easter, and also happy new year,

If you do remember HIm, He'll let you know, that He's always near.

Submitted: Thursday, July 05, 2012
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It upsets me sometimes to think how can people celebrate and say Happy CHristmas you never hear anyone say happy emus so why write it this way, I don't want to offend anyone just remind others they offend Christ by spelling His name wrong. Yet they can use His name in an abusive way.

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