Treasure Island

Lodi Cj Ludovik

(Hot-Malesi, Shkoder, Albania)


Merry xmas
to you i wished...

jingle, jingle, jingle,
bell, bell, bell,
and happy new year

jingle-bell, jingle-bell, ....
jingle, jingle, bell, .........
jingle, jingle, jingle,
bell, bell, bell,
jingle-bell- gingle-bell

where are you know?
where do you celebrate
somewhere with me anyhow
are you happy within days of holly
merry xmas in from family
and happy new year
i wish you best
wishes for you
and i wish you more
from within heart
with all the same love
in that amount.

jingle, jingle, jingle
bell, bell, bell
jingle-bell, jingle-bell
jingle-jingle, bell

to you i wished
and happy new year
i know you will be there
to sing nice and sincere.

bell-bell -bell
jingle-bell, jingle-bell
jingle-jingle, bell.

Submitted: Saturday, December 28, 2013
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