norman hale

Rookie - 70 Points (2/18/1963 / ohio)

I Have You Something For Christmas


I have you something for christmas
That you can't find inside of a box
It won't need no ribbons or bows
Yet it'll keep you warmer than wool socks

I have you something for christmas
But it will have to be a big surprise
I wish I could get a picture of you
With that look in your eyes

I have you something for christmas
It is something that you may never guess
But, when you get it, come Christmas morning
You just may think it was the best

I have you something for christmas
It is something you just can't buy in a store
No matter where you may look
From ocean shore clean to ocean shore

I have you something for christmas
I'm debating on just how to send
But to give you a little clue
Just let me say 'I LOVE YOU MY FRIEND! '


wrote 12/16/2008 by Norman Hale Jr.

Submitted: Tuesday, December 16, 2008

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